There have been no substantial developments in relation to appointments and portfolios. The next president of the commission is using the traditional Brussels break to think about Commission portfolios. original source.
It was asked what the PM?s thoughts are on allegations of supermarkets removing kosher foods. The PMS said it is important that we recognise the rights of Israelis and Palestinians to work alongside each other peacefully. She said our efforts should be on making this possible. Back in the UK she said the importance is […]
When asked whether the UK would take Christian refugees from Iraq, the PMS said we have a proud tradition in this country of offering sanctuary to those who are fleeing persecution. She said decisions would be taken on a case by case basis. On the question of whether there is a legal issue with accepting […]
Help to Buy
Asked about the Help to Buy scheme, the PMS said it has helped many first-time buyers to get onto the property market. The government is remaining vigilant about the scheme and the Chancellor has asked the Financial Policy Committee to monitor it. original source.
When asked about the various memorial services taking place, the PMS said that the Prime Minister thinks it is important to use the centenary events to remember those who died, those who were injured and those that made huge sacrifices in WW1. Additionally, we should ensure that future generations continue to learn lessons. original source.
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