The Prime Minster Tony Blair is holding an online version of Prime Minister's Question Time this afternoon from about 5pm.
We submitted a neutral, non-partisan Question about the "Wilson Doctrine", which only the Prime Minister can answer.
We will be surprised if this Question is picked, and astonished if it is answered fully online, but, the Answer must be divulged, sooner, or later.
Does the "Wilson Doctrine", the prohibition on the interception of
the telephone conversations of Members of Parliament (and by
implication, their constituents who may be communicating with them), also apply to Mobile Phones and the Internet, and to Members of the Scottish Parliament, Members of the Euroopean Parliament, Members of the the Welsh Assembly or Members or the Northern Ireland Assembly, none of which existed 40 years ago, when the "Wilson Doctrine" was first proclaimed ?