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Loans Inquiry

Asked if the loans issue came up in discussions with other leaders at the EU Council, the PMOS said he was not aware if it had and that there were probably issues there that were discussed along side broader issues such as the Middle East.

Asked if Lord Levy was in the Middle East on behalf of the Prime Minister at the moment or would be in the next week and if so what credibility does he still have there if any at all, the PMOS said that, as was already known, he did not brief on the activities of Lord Levy and in terms of his role as Middle East envoy the Prime Minister continues to believe that he does have an important role to play in terms of the Middle East.

Asked why Gulam Noon, Chai Patel, Barry Townsley and David Gower were nominated by the Prime Minister for peerages, the PMOS said that it was a Labour Party matter.

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