» Tuesday, July 20, 2004


Asked if a reshuffle was going to take place today, the PMOS said he had nothing to add to what he hadn’t said yesterday about this issue. He pointed out that the Prime Minister would be having a busy afternoon with the debate on Iraq in the House. Asked about the Prime Minister’s engagements for tomorrow apart from PMQs, the PMOS said that tomorrow was another day. Asked if the Prime Minister would be on the frontbench for the Defence Secretary’s Statement, the PMOS said he was not aware of any plans for him to be present at this stage.

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