Asked why the Prime Minister felt the need to make a speech on education at such short notice and in such secrecy, the Prime Minister’s Spokeswoman (PMS) said that the Prime Minister was keen to set out the case on our policies on higher education. It was clearly a matter of great interest ahead of […]
Asked if the Prime Minister thought it was absurd that there should be a minimum statutory sentence for knife crime, the Prime Minister’s Spokeswoman (PMS) said that the Green Paper set out the proposals yesterday, following a review. The Prime Minister’s view on knife crime was that those people who used knives to commit offences […]
Asked if the Prime Minister had any meetings planned with student groups, the PMS said that she was not aware of any meetings today, but of course the Prime Minister had been talking to people in the past few weeks regarding this issue. Asked what the Prime Minister’s position was on people in receipt of […]
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