» Wednesday, March 13, 2013


Asked about the PM’s meeting with other party leaders on the Leveson Inquiry the PMS said it lasted around forty-five minutes, that it was a good meeting and that cross party talks are continuing.

Asked if the was any sign of agreement in the meeting the PMS said that the progress of discussions remains on-going.

Asked if he could remind us about the timetable the PMS said that the leader of the House will bring forward a motion that allows time in the Crime and Courts Bill debate for the Leveson implementations relating to press conduct to be discussed.

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