Asked whether the Prime Minister supported the post of European President, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) told the assembled press that he did not want to get into posts and structures; the important thing for the European Council was that it focussed on the important issues and that by acting together European countries could make […]
On where the Government was on strike laws, the PMS replied that the Prime Minister had said that people had made a case for new laws, but at the present time, there weren’t any specific proposals. Asked who the Prime Minister was referring to when he talked about people making the case, the PMS said […]
Search and Rescue
Asked if the Prime Minister had spoken to Prince William about the future of Search and Rescue, the PMS replied that we would never comment on any discussions between the Prime Minister and the Royal Family. original source.
Asked if the Government had explored ways to bring about a motion in the House to expel Mr Illsley, the PMS replied that the question was asked within No10 as to what the rules were on the subject. original source.
Asked what the Prime Minister thought about Eric Daniels getting a 2m bonus, the PMS replied that it was his understanding that neither the Treasury, or the UKFI on their behalf had received any proposals form Lloyds and therefore this seemed to be speculation. When asked if it would be acceptable, the PMS said that […]
Asked if there were still discussions taking place within Cabinet on the issue, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) told the assembled press that there would be an announcement very soon. There was some process issues to be worked through, but the PMS said that he would get into describing that process. Asked if there was […]
Asked whether the Prime Minister thought Stephen Hester deserved a bonus, the PMS replied that there was a discussion underway between UKFI and RBS and people should wait for that process to be completed. When asked if the discussions had moved on to why the banks were not lending to small businesses, the PMS said […]
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