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"While he said he would look but added it didn't seem likely because it would be followed by a judicial review launched by Siemens.
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Mr Cameron made his commitments in a meeting with Derbyshire's Tory MPs and Burton MP Andrew Griffiths.
The fact is that Miliband has no interest in Bombardier, he is only concerned with cheap political point scoring against the coalition government. If Cameron says he wants to help Derby and Bombardier, we should be chasing him up on his promise as he is the person most able to help.
Not true, Cameron had to come home because Ed Miliband made a big deal that he should cut short his Africa trade mission.
As reported in the press "Mr Cameron refused to return to Britain early insisting that the trade mission was "important" for the country." However Miliband's interference made it impossible for Cameron to complete his trade mission.
Meanwhile, Transport Minister Theresa Villiers has agreed to look at whether the correct technical specifications for the Thameslink contract were met by Siemens.
Mr Mills said: "He said he would check Crossrail. We also urged him to reopen the Thameslink contract.
whether it can be reopened.
"I believe it's substantial enough to change their direction. She was dismissive at first but agreed to explore it.
Ed Miliband said "Rebekah Brooks has been arrested, the Metropolitan Police Commissioner has resigned, tomorrow we will have some of the most important select committee hearings in modern times and the Prime Minister has decided to leave the country, not to return until after parliament breaks up for summer."He failed to mention that Cameron was on a trade mission for Britain.
But he explained she did agree to look at whether there was a possibility of reviewing the original decision over technical aspects of the Siemens bid, in particular the "lightweight bogie" the chassis underneath the train carriage that carries the wheels.
Other options Mr Cameron said he would look at, MPs said, included bringing forward the billion Crossrail scheme to build 60 trains by 2018.
Mr Williamson said the minister "stuck to the script", saying the Government could not reopen Thameslink without risking court action.
Ah well this article is about David Cameron offering help to Bombardier, yet once again the issue has been hijacked and the subject diverted to the phone hacking scandal.
Earlier yesterday the group, along with Derby North MP Chris Williamson and Derby South MP Margaret Beckett, discussed the same issue with Ms Villiers.
Under the tender bidders had to fit the bogies to all carriages but Siemens is yet to develop one.
"Mr Cameron has now instructed officials to see if they can bring forward another key contract, Crossrail, for which the Derby firm can then bid."
The firm is making 191 over ground units for TfL, which is now also considering purchasing a "Tube style" version of the carriages being built. This might mean Bombardier could get the new work without it going out to tender.
Villiers is trying to find a way out of signing a contract with Siemens, and she has been following advice given by Chris Williamson, who says this is a significant change in direction. It would appear that Siemens may not have not fulfilled the requirements of the contract. For the first time I actually commend Chris Williamson for finding an anomaly in the contract details, that so far have been overlooked. Let's just hope that the Siemens contract falls through and makes way for Bombardier. So he put himself before Derby workers."
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"I don't want to let them off the hook over the Thameslink deal."
The MPs said Mr Cameron had also pledged to explore the possibility of extending a contract to build trains for the London Underground which is already being undertaken by Bombardier.
"He didn't want to give us false hope on that, but we have now taken it all the way to the top and the Prime Minister is taking an interest."
Mid Derbyshire MP Pauline Latham arranged the meeting also attended by Derbyshire South MP Heather Wheeler, Amber Valley's Nigel Mills and Nike Blazer Low Gt X Supreme Erewash's Jessica Lee.
"But I do feel confident he will review it and that something positive will come from the meeting."
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The Prime Minister said he would help set up a meeting between MPs, transport ministers, Treasury officials and TfL in September.
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