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Derek Scott

Questioned about Derek Scott’s allegations concerning the relationship between the Prime Minister and the Chancellor as reported over the weekend, the PMOS said that he had no intention of commenting on Mr Scott’s book. The people who wrote such tomes had their own PR machines to help shift sales. Put to him that Mr Scott’s allegations merited a Downing Street comment inasmuch as they were coming from someone with special access to the Prime Minister, the PMOS said that, tempted as he might be, he had nothing further to say about this matter.

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