Help to Buy
Asked whether the Prime Minister was concerned that the Help to Buy scheme could cause a house price bubble, the PMS pointed to the Prime Minister?s words on this matter yesterday. Published: 1 October 2013 Organisation: Prime Minister’s Office, 10 Downing Street Minister: The Rt Hon David Cameron MP original source.
Asked if the PM supported Ken Clarke?s reported comment that British experts could help disarm Syria, the PMS said there were international bodies with expertise in this area. Published: 13 September 2013 Organisation: Prime Minister’s Office, 10 Downing Street Minister: The Rt Hon David Cameron MP original source.
Asked for an update on the situation in Syria, the PMS said the Foreign Secretary would be providing a statement to the House later that morning. The statement would cover humanitarian assistance, discussions with the Syrian National Council and the importance of finding a diplomatic solution to the conflict. Asked for the PM?s view on […]
Asked if the PM thought the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) was wrong not to prosecute two doctors who allegedly held sex selection abortions, the PMS pointed to the words of the PM in the House of Commons today. Published: 12 September 2013 Organisation: Prime Minister’s Office, 10 Downing Street Minister: The Rt Hon David Cameron […]
Asked whether the PM believed the presentation of HS2 was a problem, the PMS said that the case for HS2 needed to be made with vigour. It was important to underline that leaders of some of the biggest cities in the North and Midlands, as well as national business groups, were strongly supportive of HS2. […]
Asked about the situation in Syria and specifically about President Assad handing chemical weapons over to international control, the PMS said that the onus was now on Russia and Syria. If the offer was a serious and genuine one, the government would encourage it. The objective in Syria was to stop the suffering of the […]
Asked for the PM?s view on taxpayer funding for political parties, the PMS said that the PM did not think taxpayers should be bailing out politicians. Published: 9 September 2013 Organisation: Prime Minister’s Office, 10 Downing Street Minister: The Rt Hon David Cameron MP original source.
Asked would the government rethink the Lobbying Bill in light of opposition, the PMS explained that ministers had engaged with a number of organisations with concerns and the bill would continue through the House following its second reading. Published: 6 September 2013 Organisation: Prime Minister’s Office, 10 Downing Street Policies: Making the planning system work […]
Asked if the PM welcomed the German Chancellor?s indication about wanting to take back more powers from the EU Commission, the PMS said the PM was at the forefront of a debate across Europe about the appropriate level of EU powers, and the importance of this case resonated across Europe. Published: 6 September 2013 Organisation: […]
Asked what the government hoped to achieve from the Foreign Secretary?s meeting with the Syrian opposition, The Syrian National Council, tomorrow, the PMS explained that it was part of the UK?s on-going work to get a political and diplomatic solution to the crisis. Asked if Iran had replied to the PM?s letter to its new […]
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