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President Sarkozy

Asked whether the Prime Minister was satisfied with President Sarkozy’s statement that he deplored the way in which his comments had been reported, the PMS said he did not think it was really for the Government to comment on. Asked whether the Prime Minister shared the President’s concern about the way in which his comments had been reported, the PMS replied that he thought that if the Prime Minister started commenting on how the media reported on what was happening in British politics, it would be quite a slippery slope to go down and not one that would be particularly productive for anyone.

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