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UK-France Summit

Asked overall how much money would be saved as a result of the defence and security treaty signed today, the PMS said that the treaty was long term and set out areas where we would cooperate. Many of the details would be worked through over the next year so we didn’t currently have an estimate.

Asked about the bi-laterals taking place today, the PMS said that there would be some more detail on how we were working together on immigration issues. The focus of the economic discussion would be a look ahead to the G20 meeting.

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