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Cautioned Minister

Asked if the Prime Minister was happy to have a minister in his Government who had been cautioned by the police, the PMOS told people that as Alan Johnson had said yesterday, it was a private matter, and he believed the minister involved was a very good minister.

Put to him that it was not a private matter, but rather, one of public record, the PMOS said again it had been dealt with.

Put to him that being cautioned meant he had broken the law, the PMOS said again that it had been dealt with as a private matter.

Asked what the Prime Minister’s view, the PMOS said the Prime Minister took the advice of his Secretary of State.

Briefing took place at 11:00 | Search for related news

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