» Tuesday, July 12, 2011


Asked what the PM’s view was on the eurozone situation, the PMS advised the lobby to speak to Treasury about recent developments. Asked about the Greater Fiscal Union and concerns where it might lead, the PMS said that the current focus was on the immediate issues in relation to Greece.

Asked if the PM had any views on the International Monetary Fund vote, the PMS said the Government’s position was that we support it.

Asked why our subscription was going up so much, the PMS directed the lobby to speak to Treasury about the details.

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