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Northern Ireland

Asked what the Government was doing to push forward devolution, the PMS said that the Prime Minister’s meeting with Brian Cowen had be a good and constructive meeting and that the Government continued to work closely with the Irish Government on devolution and that the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland would continue to talk his counterparts.

Asked how long it would be until an agreement and if the Prime Minister should be more involved, the PMS said it was not for the Government to impose timetables but the Government wanted to complete the process as soon as it was feasible.

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