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Asked about whether a vote was likely for the presidency of the European Commission, the Prime Minister?s Spokesperson (PMS) said that a vote was likely to take place in the afternoon. He added that while the decision on whether to take a vote was for Van Rompuy both Angela Merkel and Francis Hollande were supportive of having a vote.

Asked whether the Prime Minister?s approach to renegotiation would change should Juncker win the vote, the PMS said that the Prime Minister had been very clear about his approach and that this wouldn?t change.

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