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The Prime Minister’s Spokesman began by saying that the official Cabinet met for just under an hour and it included an update from Geoff Hoon on Parliamentary business. There was a discussion on Burma, which was led by Douglas Alexander and Lord Malloch-Brown, (who had just returned from Burma), as David Miliband was in the US. There was also a discussion on the economy led by the Chancellor, John Hutton and the Prime Minister, which included issues such as oil and food prices. Finally, there was an update from John Hutton on where things stood regarding the Agency Workers Directive (AWD).

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