Asked about Howard Flight’s comments, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) told the assembled press that the Prime Minister had answered a question on this in his press conference earlier; he did not agree with the comments, he said he thought Mr Flight should apologise and that was the end of the matter. Asked what qualities […]
Asked if the Prime Minister expected the whole of the Front Bench to support the vote on tuition fees, the PMS said that the timing of the vote had not been fixed yet. The Coalition Agreement had made a provision for Liberal Democrats to abstain on this particular issue. On whether the Prime Minister was […]
Put that Prime Minister Reinfeldt had said in his joint press conference with the Prime Minister that there may be some agreement on EU budgets, the PMS said that discussions were ongoing, but the Government’s position had not changed. original source.
Bank of England
Asked about Dr Posen’s remarks on comments made by the Governor of the Bank of England, the PMS said that his remarks were a matter for him. The PMS said that it was not unusual for the Governor of the Bank of England to make comments about fiscal policy. The PMS said that in his […]
Put that the First minister had written to the Prime Minister, requesting a face-to-face meeting on the publication of the Scotland Bill, the PMS said he was sure the Prime Minister would reply to the letter. original source.
Asked what the Prime Minister’s view was on the potential for Liberal Democrat Ministers plan to abstain en masse no the tuition fees vote, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) told the assembled press that we did not have a date for the vote yet. He added that it was Government policy and we intended to […]
Put that there were reports that the Prime Minister’s joke had breached the Equality Act, the PMS said that it was a joke and was meant as such and it certainly wasn’t meant to cause any offence. Asked if the Prime Minister thought that the legislation he was now falling foul of was a good […]
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