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Police Inquiry

Asked if there had been any updates in the inquiry since this morning, the PMOS replied that there had not, although he noted that the Crown Prosecution Service had put out a statement denying that they were responsible for any leakages on the matter.

Asked if he believed the Crown Prosecution Service, the PMOS replied that this was a scandalous question! And the Guardian could stand up in court and defend itself!

Asked if the Prime Minister had had any contact with the police, the PMOS replied that the answer had not changed since this morning. He had asked around Downing Street and "elsewhere" and the answer was that we had had no contact about a possible third interview. The Lobby could draw their own conclusions from that.

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