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Tsunami Statement

Asked what the Prime Minister would be saying in his statement the Prime Minister’s Official Spokesman (PMOS) said that the Prime Minister would give an update on the figures. They would not come as a surprise to people but they would be the latest update. This was a situation that changed as the precise facts were established so it was important to stress that it was an update. Certainty in this particular situation was unfortunately a very elusive quality. Asked if the casualty figures were likely to increase the PMOS said that he did not think people would see a big change in the figures to be announced this afternoon.

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