Asked if the Prime Minister was surprised that Ken Clarke had not apologised, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) said the Justice Secretary had given further interviews to clarify. He was not suggesting in any way that some rapes were not serious. Asked if the Prime Minister thought that Ken Clarke needed to apologise, the PMS said [...]
Asked if the Prime Minister had discussed the allegations with Chris Huhne, the PMS said that the position on Chris Huhne had not changed. He said that Chris Huhne had denied the allegations and welcomed the fact the police were investigating. The PMS confirmed that the Prime Minister had confidence in Chris Huhne. original source.
Asked for a response to the police investigation, the PMS said it was a matter for the police. original source.
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