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Gus O’Donnell retirement

Asked a number of questions about the new structure of the Civil Service, the Cabinet Office and No.10, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) outlined details of the new arrangements. Asked why these changes had taken place, the PMS said they had come about because Sir Gus O’Donnell was retiring.

Asked several questions about who would be responsible for the range of responsibilities connected with the Sir Gus’ current role, the PMS gave details of the new arrangements.

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