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Asked to comment on today’s Times report suggesting that the Prime Minister supported moves to lift the EU’s embargo on arms exports to China, the PMOS said that the EU was currently reviewing the embargo. Any decision would require unanimity. He had no intention of pre-empting the outcome of that process. Asked to set out the UK’s position on this issue, the PMOS said that we had not expressed a view and nor would we pre-empt the outcome of the review process.

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