» Tuesday, June 22, 2004


Asked for a reaction to the intention by Unison delegates today to table a motion calling for the Prime Minister’s resignation, the PMOS said that as a Civil Servant he was unable to comment on party political issues. However, the Prime Minister believed that anyone who looked at the Government’s record on public services – whether it was health or education – would see that the real quality of service that individuals were receiving had improved greatly. That was a record on which he was proud to stand.

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