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Chancellor of the Exchequer

Asked if he could say anything further about today’s reports, Mr Straw referred to what he had said in the House earlier in response to questions about Lord Ashdown and the Liberal Democrats. The Leader declined to comment further, saying it was not for him to comment on the Chancellor’s private discussions. Pressed further, Mr Straw pointed out that, as he had indicated in the House earlier, it was perfectly normal for there to be discussions of all kinds between the leaders of the main political parties. He then responded to further questions on party political issues.

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