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Defence Secretary Liam Fox

Asked several questions about the details and the progress of the investigation into allegations that the Defence Secretary Liam Fox had broken the Ministerial Code, the PMS replied that he would not provide a running commentary on the process.

Asked about Sir Gus O’Donnell’s role in the investigation, the PMS said it was his role to address the remaining questions. Asked about the role of the Independent Advisor and asked to speculate on the current status of the investigation, the PMS replied that it was normal practice for the Cabinet Secretary to advise on these issues and that he was addressing all the remaining questions.

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