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EU Constitution

Asked if the Prime Minister believed that his meetings this week with the Taoiseach and Prime Minister Zapatero of Spain would help to make progress on the European Constitution negotiations, the PMOS said that the meetings were part of the routine preparations for the EU Council later this month and would therefore would be fairly low key.

Asked for a reaction to today’s FT report suggesting that the Government was giving ground on the issue of a European Public Prosecutor, the PMOS said he did not recognise the story. We were in favour of greater co-operation, not what had been outlined in the FT story.

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  1. The story this relates to is here:

    Comment by Tom Steinberg — 3 Jun 2004 on 5:29 pm | Link

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