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Sir Menzies Campbell

Put that the Prime Minister said in his tribute to Ming Campbell that he may continue to have a major role in public life, and asked if the Prime Minister had anything in mind, the PMS replied that his words were a general tribute.

Asked if the Prime Minister had spoken to Ming Campbell, the PMS replied she was not aware that the Prime Minister had spoken to him, but that we would not ordinarily brief on the Prime Minister’s discussions.

Asked if Ming Campbell was mentioned at Cabinet at all, the PMS replied that he was not mentioned during the part of Cabinet for which she was present.

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