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Asked for a reaction on the collapse of trade talks in Geneva, the PMOS replied that our view remained that we wanted to see progress made, but we recognised that it was difficult. Whilst we wanted to see progress made, the PMOS said that he was not sure that it was wise to get into saying who we believed was responsible. Rather, it was better to focus on whether there was any chance of making progress.

Asked if the Prime Minister thought that the chance of getting a local trade deal was "out of the window", the PMOS said that before we wrote it off, we wanted to make sure that there was no real possibility of progress, and therefore, that was what we would do.

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