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Asked if the Prime Minister had any views on the police using anti-terrorist laws to deal with demonstrations, the PMS said that the Prime Minister s view was that the police did an excellent job acting within both the spirit and letter of the law and he was confident that they would continue to do so.

Asked if the Prime Minister agreed with using anti-terror laws to deal with demonstrators who had no intention of committing a terrorist act, the PMS said that the Prime Minister s view was that the police would take whatever action they felt was necessary and would act in a responsible and proportionate way as they always did.

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