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Phone Hacking

Asked if the PM had seen any of the people involved in the latest hacking allegations, the PMS said it was highly unlikely as the PM had been travelling to Wales.

Asked what the PM’s reaction was to the latest raft of allegations involving former Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, the PMS said it was very disturbing, particularly allegations that the medical records of a child may have been accessed.

Asked if the current Downing Street Director of Communication had been in touch with his predecessor over the last few weeks, the PMS said he doubted he had.

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