» Monday, February 13, 2006

Smoking Vote

Asked if the Prime Minister was planning to vote on the Smoking Bill tomorrow, the PMOS said that as it was a free vote, traditionally, he did not comment on it, as it was up to MPs to make up their own minds.

Asked if the Prime Minister had received a reassuring call from the Chief Whip about numbers for today’s vote, the PMOS said that as always, we were hoping to win the vote, but it was a matter for Parliament.

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