Asked if the Prime Minister welcomed the action Ofgem had taken today to investigate rising energy bills, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) said that the Prime Minister welcomed Ofgem’s decision to look at the effectiveness of energy markets. Put that the Consumer Focus Group said this morning that structure of the market was the real […]
Asked if the Prime Minister would like to apologise to Frances Lawrence for the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) ignoring her letters and not giving her details of where the man who murdered her husband lived, the PMS said that there had been correspondence between MoJ and Frances Lawrence, which set out the position on the […]
Asked how the Government was preparing for the release of hundreds of diplomatic papers, the PMS said that the Government had been briefing by US officials, including the Ambassador as to the likely content of those leaks. original source.
Put that it had been indicated that Liberal Democrat Ministers would be able to abstain from the vote and asked if that applied to members of the Cabinet, the PMS said that some members of the Cabinet were Lib Dem Ministers. Asked about the collective responsibility of Cabinet, the PMS said that collective responsibility applied, […]
Asked about the financial autumn statement, the PMS said that it was a forecast by the Office for Budget Responsibility. There could be areas of policy where the Treasury would want to consult. Asked if the Prime Minister was concerned that Britain had been blamed for misrepresenting an Afghan man as a Taliban leader, the […]
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