» Wednesday, July 21, 2004

Press Conference

Asked if the Prime Minister was still intending to hold his monthly press conference tomorrow, the PMOS said yes. Asked if there was any significance in the fact that it was due to begin at 12.30pm instead of midday as usual, the PMOS said no. He pointed out that there was only a half hour’s difference.

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  1. Fnaar. At least it wasn’t 45 minutes.

    Comment by Plucker — 21 Jul 2004 on 11:23 pm | Link
  2. That wasn’t very pleasant.

    Comment by Colonel Mad — 23 Jul 2004 on 12:21 am | Link

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