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No10 Allegations

Asked if the new allegations were true about what the current Prime Minister had said to the last Prime Minister, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) said that we have said what we are going to say about the allegations contained in Mr Rawnsley’s book.

Put that allegations were put to somebody in No.10 earlier and that was how they turned up in the Mail on Sunday, the PMS said that it was something he did not know anything about.

Asked that after Gus O’Donnell had said to the Prime Minister he should talk to staff about getting the best out of them and what the Prime Minister had done, the PMS said that Sir Gus had made that suggestion to all the Prime Ministers’ he had been privileged enough to serve, and it was something that the Cabinet Secretary would routinely do in his conversations with the Prime Minister.

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