Asked how the Prime Minister would answer the charge that the current trip was initially going to be used as an opportunity to sell British produce including arms, and only in the last few days had it turned into the democracy tour’, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) told the assembled press that there were three […]
Asked if changing daylight saving hours would form a key part of the Strategy, the PMS said that in regard to changing daylight saving rules, consensus was key. People could expect the strategy to set out views on both sides, but there were sure to be lots of other useful and interesting proposals in the […]
Public Sector Reform
Asked about the Prime Minister’s article that appeared this morning, the PMS replied that the Prime Minister had made clear that he wanted to set out his vision for public sector reform in the context of the Big Society. Put that the Prime Minister would have no problem with private companies supplying education and health […]
Bill of Rights
Put that Lord McNally had ruled out any Bill of Rights having any kind of power over the European Court, the PMS said that a Commission would investigate the creation of a UK Bill of Rights, ensuring that British liberties were protected and the UK’s obligations under the convention on human rights were enshrined in […]
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