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Asked if the Prime Minister had received a letter of apology from HMRC, the PMS replied that he would not normally comment on the Prime Minister’s personal financial affairs.

Asked whether the Prime Minister had had an interim report back yet, the PMS asked people to check the exact timings with the Treasury. The Government was expecting an interim report from Keiran Poynter, the Chair of PWC soon. Mr Poynter was conducting the review of data security and this particular matter in HMRC. Asked if the review would be published and whether the Treasury had seen it, the PMS replied that it was his understanding that the Treasury had not seen it. The PMS added that he did not know if it would be published and advised people to check with the Treasury.

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