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Asked if it was a correct interpretation that the next Labour Party conference would be the Prime Minister’s last one, and that he would leave office in 2007, the PMOS reminded people what the Prime Minister actually said yesterday was that he was not going to give a timetable and he had given the reasons for that. What the Prime Minister wanted to do was to get on with the business of government, implementing the manifesto commitments that he was elected on a year ago to do.

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