» Tuesday, June 8, 2010


Asked if the Prime Minister had taken his children to school this morning, the PMS said that he would not get into the habit of commenting on school runs and if or when they took place.

Asked why the Prime Minister was chairing the Joint Ministerial Committee meeting, the PMS said that the Prime Minister felt the committee was very important and as people would recall, his first visits as Prime Minister were to the devolved administrations. He was keen to stress the Government’s cooperative approach and respect agenda, which was why he wanted to chair the meeting.

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