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Parliamentary Ombudsman/Attorney General

Asked if a letter had been sent to the Parliamentary Ombudsman explaining why we would not be giving her a copy of the Attorney General’s legal advice on the Iraq conflict, the PMOS said not yet. Put to him that a letter was supposed to have been sent to her forty-eight hours ago, the PMOS said that contacts with the Parliamentary Ombudsman were continuing. At this stage, however, no letter had been issued.

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