» Wednesday, April 27, 2011


Asked if Ed Miliband or anyone else from the Opposition had called to ask the Prime Minister for an apology following his remarks at PMQs, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) told the assembled press that no formal request for an apology had been received. The PMS said that the Prime Minister was clearly making a humorous remark, he was mimicking a popular TV advert and no offence was intended.

Asked how the Prime Minister would answer the charge that the remark was patronising, sexist and un-Prime Ministerial’, the PMS reiterated that it had been a humorous remark.

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