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Alan Milburn’s Report

Asked about proposals for school vouchers, the Prime Minister s Spokesman (PMS) told the assembled press that we had not commented on the specifics; there were more than 80 detailed recommendations. We would have to look at each one of those very carefully, but in terms of the general conclusions of the report, this was something that the Prime Minister very much welcomed and we would be looking at how we took this forward.

Asked if the Prime Minister favoured any of the recommendations, the PMS replied that it would not be right to single any out; it was a long report, we had just received it today and we would examine it carefully. Asked if it was the end of the process and whether this was the end of Alan Milburn s involvement, the PMS said it was not the end of the process. Alan Milburn had submitted the report and it would now be taken forward by the Government.

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