» Wednesday, November 19, 2008


Asked what the Government was doing about public servants who happened to be members of the BNP, the Prime Minister s Spokesman (PMS) replied that this was really a matter for the bodies for the relevant public sector professions. In relation to the police for example, membership of the British National Party was prohibited.

Asked if the Government would take a role in guidance, or leave it to them, the PMS replied that the people best placed to answer this were the relevant departments, government bodies, and relevant professions.

Asked if there was any guidance for departments, particularly with DCSF for teachers, the PMS replied that it was best to check with the department.

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