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Asked whether the disappointing public response to the floods in Pakistan was down to comments made by the Prime Minister during his visit to India, the PMS replied that the response by the UK Government had been a significant one. The detail had been set out by the Department for International Development and stood at 31million at the moment. Andrew Mitchell had also been urging other countries to do more on this.

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