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Put that the Prime Minister had said today that he wanted to give his successor time to "bed in" and did this mean that he would now not serve a full third term, the Prime Minister’s Official Spokesman (PMOS) said if people looked back at what the Prime Minister actually had said on the day that he announced that he would not be fighting a fourth election, he clearly indicated then that obviously, the hand over was a matter that would be have to be dealt with. The Prime Minister had said consistently now since the General Election that he wanted to hand over in an orderly way, and he was saying nothing different today.

Asked if the Prime Minister saw the Chancellor face to face over the weekend or today, the PMOS replied that as the Prime Minister had said, he had spoken to the Chancellor on a regular basis, and that he did not brief on meetings.

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