Prime Minister's Spokesman
|Prime Minister's Spokesman|
|The Prime Minister's Office|
|Website||10 Downing Street|
The Prime Minister's Spokesman (PMS) or alternatively Prime Minister's Official Spokesman is a position in the United Kingdom Civil Service, located in the Prime Minister's Office in 10 Downing Street and used by the British Prime Minister to convey information to the public. The PMS usually addresses a small group of press and media correspondents, known as lobby correspondents, each morning to deliver statements on current events on behalf of the Prime Minister.
Jean-Christophe Gray was appointed as the Prime Minister's Spokesman in October 2012.
- "New Prime Minister's Official Spokesman Announced". 10 Downing Street. Retrieved 24 December 2012.
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