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Departure Date

Asked if there was any response to Ed Balls’ interview regarding the Prime Minister’s departure date from No10, the PMS replied that these discussions had all being carried out in the context of a debate about the future of the Labour Party. It would therefore be inappropriate for the PMS to comment on party matters.

Asked if the Prime Minister would remain Prime Minister, the PMS referred the journalist to the Prime Minister’s answer to the same question when he was last asked.

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