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Electoral boundaries

Asked about the status of the electoral boundaries the PMS said that the Boundaries Commission are carrying out work which they will report back on in the autumn of 2013, after which there will be a vote in the House of Commons. Asked whether the Prime Minister and Deputy Prime had discussed this issue the PMS said that they met most days to discuss a range of issues such as this. The Prime Minster believed there should be a vote and the Deputy Prime Minister had made clear that he would instruct his MPs to vote against it.

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