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Peter Hain

Asked whether the Prime Minister had asked Peter Hain to offer Peter Law a peerage, the Prime Minister’s Official Spokesman (PMOS) said that he was somewhat surprised to have to comment on this on Election Day, especially as Peter Hain had already categorically denied it. We associated ourselves with Peter Hain’s remarks and fully supported what he had said. Asked whether the Prime Minister thought Peter Hain’s denial was enough, the PMOS reiterated that Peter Hain’s denial left no room for any doubt.

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  1. Ah well, if a politician categorically denies something, then that’s ok. I, for one, am convinced.

    Comment by SmokeNMirrors — 5 May 2006 on 4:15 pm | Link

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