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Asked which Minister was leading the debate on UK humanitarian aid to Libya, the PMS told journalists that it would be Andrew Mitchell.

Asked whether discussions were taking place today with the EU about lifting EU sanctions against Musa Kusa following comments by the Foreign Secretary yesterday, the PMS referred journalists to the Foreign Office.

Asked whether Musa Kusa was receiving medical treatment and whether he was receiving any advice from lawyers while he was in the UK, the PMS replied that Musa Kusa was in a safe location and was in discussions with officials.

Asked what the Prime Minister’s position was following the Libyan regime saying it was prepared to consider constitutional change if Qadhafi stays in position, the PMS replied that the Government’s position was very clear Qadhafi must go. Any solution, which would not be dictated by the UK Government, must be acceptable to the Libyan people.

Asked whether any extradition requests for Musa Kusa had been received, the PMS referred journalists to the Home Office.

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