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Asked for the Prime Minister’s thoughts regarding Alex Salmond’s multi-option referendum idea, the PMS replied that he would not comment on specific proposals or ideas from Alex Salmond. In general the Prime Minister’s position on the Union, the importance of the Union and the support of the Union, both in England and north of the border, had been set out very clearly in his article in the Telegraph earlier in the week.

Put that there was a new British Ambassador to Moscow and asked if this meant that Britain was looking for a fresh start regarding relations with Russia, the PMS replied that in general we wanted to have a constructive relationship with Russia; as we had always made clear, that had been our position for some time and that remained our position. It was not about individuals, it was about the commonality of interests that we shared, particularly on the economic side.

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