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Harriet Harman

Asked if Harriet Harman would be sacked if she was found guilty of a criminal motoring offence, the PMS said that Harriet Harman refuted the allegations and would deny the charges. The Prime Minister had full confidence in Harriet Harman and they spoke last night.

Asked what the Prime Minister and Harriet Harman had spoken about yesterday, the PMS said that the Prime Minister had spoken to Harriet Harman about the successful outcome of the Brussels summit and told her that he was fully supportive of her.

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