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Asked why the Government thought it was appropriate to cancel the press conference with the Syrian Foreign Minister, the PMS said people should speak to the Foreign Office about it.

Asked if the Prime Minister had a view on the conduct of Jonathan Ross and Russell Brand towards the actor Andrew Sachs, the PMS said that if the Prime Minister did have a view, it was not one that he had expressed in front of him. Asked if the press might get a view from him this evening, the PMS said he thought that was pretty unlikely.

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