§ The Prime Minister
[holding answer 1 July 1999]: I, Ministers, advisers and other civil servants meet many people in the course of our work. This properly includes meetings with representatives from foreign governments. By convention it is not the practice of governments to make information on such meetings or their content publicly available.
It is the job of the British Prime Minister to promote this country as a place to invest, boosting British jobs and prosperity. I have done this on many occasions and will continue to do so.