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Julian Assange

Asked what the Prime Minister’s view of the arrest of Julian Assange was, the Prime Minister’s Spokeswoman (PMS) said that the arrest was a matter for the police.

Asked what involvement Ministers had and whether there were concerns over further Wikileaks releases, the PMS said that there had been no Ministerial involvement, that it was a matter for the police, and that the Government condemned the release of classified documents but would not comment on individual releases.

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