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Police Inquiry

Asked if there had been any contact from the Scotland Yard, the PMOS said no. Put that in the past the PMOS had said he would let journalists know if Jonathan Powell had been contacted, the PMOS said he had not said that. However, it was a very good attempt to try get him to change his ground. Jonathan Powell was a Special Adviser therefore he was a temporary Civil Servant. The PMOS said he did not talk about Civil Servants. Neither did he recognise the account put forward in today’s Evening Standard. In answer to further questions, the PMOS said he would not give a running commentary on the situation.

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