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Embryology Bill

Asked whether the Prime Minister was disappointed that Ruth Kelly would not be available to vote on the Embryology Bill, the PMS said it was a Government vote and therefore we would expect Government Ministers to attend, but it was not unusual for Minister’s to have business overseas and of course when that happened they were unable to vote. Ruth Kelly would be attending some important meetings in Brussels. Asked for a description of the meetings, the PMS replied that it would be best to speak to the Department of Transport who he was sure could give people a very detailed account of her schedule.

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