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Asked whether the Prime Minister was prepared to have a debate about the withdrawal of troops, the PMOS said the Prime Minister debated the issue of Iraq any time he was asked to. The Prime Minister had debated the issue of Iraq on a constant basis. He continued to do so. He continued to do so on the floor of the House of Commons. He continued to do so when asked at his monthly press conferences. He continued to do so when asked about it by anybody. He was not afraid to put the case forward. Indeed the Government stood in a very clear position at the Election. The Prime Minister had made it clear then that he wanted to finish the job, and the Government would finish the job.

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