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Lance Price

Asked to explain why the Cabinet Secretary had asked for sections of Lance Price’s memoirs to be changed, the PMOS said that these matters were dealt with by the Cabinet Office and therefore it was a matter for them. Asked if the Prime Minister had asked the Cabinet Secretary to intervene, the PMOS said that the Cabinet Secretary fulfilled his official function. These matters were not commented on by the PMOS as they were a matter for the Cabinet Secretary and the Cabinet Office. The Prime Minister, like himself, did not give book reviews.

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  1. "The Prime Minister, like himself, did not give book reviews"

    "…Although we DO chuck our teddy out of the pram if the book in question says something bad about us…"

    Comment by PapaLazzzaru — 20 Sep 2005 on 5:08 pm | Link
  2. http://www.juicy-shemale.yodl.com.es

    Comment by yeko — 22 Feb 2007 on 12:11 pm | Link

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