» Monday, December 19, 2005


Asked what the Prime Minister was going to do to take forward the World Trade Organisation (WTO) agenda after yesterday’s talks, and also, was he planning to hold further talks about G8, the PMOS replied that Alan Johnson had set out the Government’s position on the deal, and we had already made it clear before this week’s meeting that the Prime Minister was not going to let the matter drop. The Prime Minister would return to this matter in the New Year, and we would consider now what the most effective way to do that.

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