» Wednesday, June 7, 2006


Asked for a reaction to the European Council Report on rendition, the PMOS said there was no new evidence in the report and therefore he had nothing to add to his previous comments on the matter. Asked if the Government was acknowledging that some CIA flights had landed and taken off in Britain, the PMOS said that we had acknowledged that there were four requests on 1998, two of which were granted. Those were the only requests we had had. Nothing had changed. Asked if he was rejecting the claim that we were involved in the transportation of detainees through the UK, the PMOS said that we had set out the facts on this. He would not give publicity to a report which said nothing new.

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  1. i wrote to the prime minister back in december regarding the loss of my business, post office. the reply was that he would pass on my concerns to the relevant dept. i to date have not had that reply. i also have had no comment from alistar darling.
    interested inthe public I THINK NOT

    Comment by martin lewis — 26 Feb 2007 on 12:24 pm | Link

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