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Asked whether the Prime Minister would be saying any more on the matter, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) told the assembled press that this was ultimately a matter for Facebook. Facebook was a forum in which people were able to express their views and the Prime Minister had expressed his in PMQs. The PMS added that it was possible Facebook would be made aware of the Prime Minister’s comments at official level.

Asked if that would take place imminently, the PMS replied that it was possible that this afternoon we would put a call in to make sure they were aware of the comments. On whether it would be a No10 official, the PMS said he thought it would be.

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