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PM’s Speech

Asked if the Prime Minister had had anyone specific in mind when he had talked about the issue of protectionism and the US, the PMOS said that the Prime Minister had been making the British case for the importance of free trade. Put to him that the Prime Minister’s view would appear to contrast with John Kerry’s position, the PMOS advised journalists not to over-interpret his words through a US political election prism. Asked the last time the Prime Minister had made a big speech on the economy, the PMOS reminded journalists that the Prime Minister had addressed the CBI last autumn.

Read the Prime Minister’s speech on the economy

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