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Duchy of Lancaster

Put to him that it was a month to the day since John Hutton had been made Secretary of State for Work and Pensions and his original post of Duchy of Lancaster still hadn’t been filled, the PMOS pointed out that if journalists looked back over the last month it had been a rather eventful period and the Prime Minister had had one or two things on his mind. Of course we needed to push forward the work in the Cabinet Office and it was important work. When the Prime Minister did make his appointment that would be reflected in his decision. Asked if in the meantime we could give a salary to Minister for Women Meg Munn, the PMOS said that here position remained as it was.

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