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Asked whether the Prime Minister would agree with Derek Simpson that the strike was over the top , the PMS replied that the Prime Minister’s view was that it was not good news if there was to be a potential strike over the Christmas period. The Prime Minister had spoken to Lord Adonis this morning about this issue and the hope was that both sides could reach an agreement and industrial action was avoided.

Asked if the Prime Minister would get involved at some stage, the PMS said that both Lord Adonis and the Prime Minister were monitoring the situation closely, but the Prime Minister had said that we would do everything we could to bring the two sides together.

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