Put that there was a marked difference in the language used by the Prime Minister on Health funding, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) told the assembled press that he didn’t think there was a marked difference. The position was as set out in the Coalition Agreement. The PMS added that there seemed to be a […]
On whether the Prime Minister was concerned by the rift’ between the Home Secretary and Justice Secretary over sentencing policy, the PMS replied that there was no rift. The Home Secretary had said that the system needed to work better, which was echoed by the Justice Secretary today. The PMS added that we had to […]
Asked if the Prime Minister was concerned by the shambles’ of last years expense accounts, with 14million unaccounted for, the PMS replied that as he understood it, the accounts had been qualified, which was certainly not an ideal situation. There had been a lot of debate in the House on this issue, and it needed […]
Asked if the Prime Minister shared the view of Lord Turner, that it was extremely frustrating that RBS were blocking the publication of it, the PMS replied that this was a matter for Lord Turner. Asked if the Prime Minister wanted to see the publication of the report, the PMS said that the important thing […]
Asked whether the Prime Minister was comfortable with the deal being put forward, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) told the assembled press that we had set out our position at the last European Council on this. There had been a proposal from the European Parliament that there should be a 6% rise, which was supported […]
Asked about the changes to the NHS being announced today and the fact that they were not included in any manifestos, the PMS said that they were not in a manifesto because we had a Coalition Government. The changes were aimed at ensuring the NHS worked for patients. The PMS said that we were in […]
Asked what input the Prime Minister had had on brokering a deal on control orders, the PMS said that he would clearly be involved in the decision on the policy. original source.
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