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Common Agricultural Policy

Asked if the Prime Minister still thought the CAP should be abolished, and did he agree with Peter Mandelson’s comments that "things would look very different in six or seven years time", the PMOS said that the Prime Minister had set out his view after the last summit in June, and his view had not changed. What we had to have, however, was a managed process and we again set that out after the last council. Nothing had happened that changed his view.

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