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Grace and Favour Homes

Asked if there had been any developments on Grace and Favour homes for ministers, the PMOS referred journalists to his previous answer on the subject. Put to him that it was a matter of public record when these homes were occupied, the PMOS said that we would of course tell people when that happy event arose. Asked if it would be resolved before recess, the PMOS said that it was not a matter that he sensed was top of people’s agenda. Asked if it was possible that some of these homes might be sold off the PMOS said that he had genuinely meant it when he said previously that discussions would continue and we would let people know the outcome of those discussions.

Asked if the Prime Minister met the costs of entertaining private guests at his residency, the PMOS said that all ministers complied with the relevant rules on these matters.

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