Asked if the Prime Minister was in the House of Commons at the moment, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) told the assembled press that he was. Asked about the Prime Minister exiting the Chamber, the PMS replied that the Prime Minister was there for the start of the debate and he would be there for […]
Asked if the Prime Minister was confident that the Government would win the vote on tuition fees this afternoon, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) said that he was not going to speculate on the outcome of the vote, suffice to say it was a Government priority to implement this policy. Asked if there would be […]
Asked if the Prime Minister had intervened to prevent minimum sentencing being scrapped, the PMS said that we were reviewing the position, but the Prime Minister’s view was that those who committed the most serious offences, deserved the toughest sentences. Asked if that meant that the Prime Minister thought there should be minimum sentences to […]
Asked if the Prime Minister was concerned about the job losses announced by BAE this morning as a result of the Strategic Defence and Security Review (SDSR), the PMS said that at the time of the SDSR we made clear that we had to make some decisions about the resources that were put into defence, […]
Asked if there was a timetable for counter terrorism votes, the PMS referred the journalist to the Home Office. Asked if the Localism Bill had been delayed, the PMS said that it would be happening very soon. original source.
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