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Avian bird flu

On the farming and vet side the Prime Minister’s Official Spokesman (PMOS) told journalists that the Government would be clearly represented at the meeting in Brussels. The Prime Minister would get an update on that afterwards and be kept in touch with developments. On the health side there was a previously planned review of the contingency plans set to be published next week by Sir Liam Donaldson. We did not think this would change the plan radically but the review would take account of latest developments. Asked if the publication of that review meant the publications of conclusions, the PMOS said yes. The contingency plans were already published, as he understood it, in March. It was now a six-month rolling process and the next one was due on Thursday.

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