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Scottish First Minister

Asked if the Prime Minister had spoken to the Scottish First Minister, the PMOS said that he was not aware that the Prime Minister had spoken to any First Minister in the busy period since we had returned from Africa.

Put that it had been said in the Scottish Parliament last week that the fact that the Prime Minister had not yet congratulated Alex Salmond four weeks after he had become First Minister was a "snub" to Scotland, the PMOS said that what was important was that the normal processes of Government continued. If there were particular issues, then they would be raised in the appropriate way, but the PMOS pointed out that the Prime Minister’s diary had been very full in recent weeks.

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