» Thursday, July 14, 2005

Anti Terror Legislation

Asked whether it was known if the proposal to tighten exclusion powers would cover people already in the UK who had been excluded from other countries, or instead would it only cover asylum seekers, the Prime Minister's Official Spokesman (PMOS) said it was meant to cover people who were coming into the UK, and in terms of administration, it was primarily for people who it was discovered had been excluded from other countries and as they arrived, their cases would be considered by the Home Secretary. With regards to people who were already in the UK, the aim would be to make it easier to deport people if they were causing problems.

Briefing took place at 15:45 | Read whole briefing | Comments (0)

Cabinet/Anti-terror legislation

The Prime Minister's Official Spokesman (PMOS) briefed journalists on this morning's Cabinet meeting. The Cabinet collectively expressed their sincere thanks to the emergency services, the police, staff working on London Transport, and those involved in trying to identify the bodies, for their work during the past week.

Briefing took place at 11:00 | Read whole briefing | Comments (0)

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