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Deputy Prime Minister

Asked whether the Deputy Prime Minister would face questions in the House, the PMOS said that Mr. Prescott would be accountable to Parliament. Because of the two new departments, and the changes in his role, it would take some time to organise.

Asked if that meant Questions in the House, the PMOS said he would be accountable to Parliament, but the details had yet to be sorted out.

Asked if Mr. Prescott would still be in charge when the Prime Minister goes on holiday, the PMOS replied that nothing had changed in that regard.

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