Prime Minister's Spokesman
|Prime Minister's Spokeman
|Department||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 utilised by the British Prime Minister. The spokesperson 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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