» Monday, June 28, 2004

Downing Street meetings

Asked why the Prime Minister had met with the Deputy Prime Minister and Charles Clarke in Downing Street on Saturday morning, the PMS pointed out that the three met on a regular basis, and it wasn’t completely unheard of to hold a meeting at the weekend. Some people had claimed that this was evidence of Government divisions. However, just because they had met on a Saturday did not automatically mean that they were arguing. On the contrary. This was clearly a busy time of year.

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