Morning press briefing for 3 October 2011
Monday 3 October 2011 Press briefing from the Prime Minister’s spokesperson on: The Human Rights Act, Europe, the economy. original source.
Asked if the Chancellor was going to ECOFIN with any particular message, the PMS said that he had set out the arguments he would make in an interview that morning. The PMS summarised the Chancellor’s words, saying that the Eurozone needed to increase the size and firepower of their financial fund for bailouts (a fund […]
Asked if the priority was hastening spend, ensuring no one is under spending or giving a bit back, the PMS said that the PM was clear that his priority was to get the economy on track, deal with the deficit and debt, and focus on growth. The PMS said that the Government had set conditions […]
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