Asked if Wikileaks had been discussed at Cabinet this morning, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) said that the Foreign Secretary gave a brief update of the position but no discussion took place. Asked if we were looking at our own security in light of these leaks, the PMS said that it was something we kept […]
Asked if it was the Government’s position that when the mechanism ran dry we would not be the part of any future bailout in the EU area unless we chose to do a bilateral, the PMS said, yes. The mechanism had been agreed in early May and was agreed due to the exceptional circumstances at […]
Asked about the vote on tuition fees and if Liberal Democrats would abstain, the PMS said that this was covered in the Coalition Document. The Government had a programme and intended to implement that programme. original source.
Asked if the Prime Minister was talking to anyone at the BBC ahead of the Panorama programme on FIFA tonight, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) said that the Prime Minister had set out his view over the weekend during his Football Focus interview. No contact was expected between Downing Street and the BBC. original source.
Asked if the Prime Minister agreed with US representative Peter King that Wikileaks should be designated a recognised terror organistion, the PMS said that we condemned the unauthorised release of classified information. The leaks and their publication were damaging to national security in the US, Britain, and elsewhere. Asked about the detail of the leaked […]
Asked if the Prime Minister agreed with David Willets that the Business Secretary, for example, would be expected to support a vote on tuition fees, the PMS said that the position was set out in the Coalition Document: Liberal Democrat MPs could abstain on this issue. Asked if that took precedence over collective responsibility, the […]
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