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Alex Salmond

Asked if the Prime Minister had still been too busy to pick up the phone to talk to Mr Salmond, the PMOS replied that as far as he was aware, phones were two-way communication devices. He was not sure whether we had received an approach from Mr Salmond’s office either. As he had said before, there would be an appropriate moment, which would be at the conveniences of both offices. Asked if there was any point now that the Prime Minister was leaving next month, the PMOS replied that a month was still a long time.

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