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Charles Clarke

Asked if the Prime Minister had any comment on Charles Clarke’s letter to the Foreign Affairs Select Committee and comments from interviews this evening, the PMOS said that it was always better to wait for the actual interview before commenting. We had set out, at the time, the process and we had nothing further to add to what had been said then. Mr Clarke was perfectly entitled as an ex-Minister to set out his sequence of events but we had said all we wanted at this time.

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