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Asked for an update on the UN Resolution on Iraq, the Prime Minister’s Official Spokesman (PMOS) said that as he had told journalists this morning, genuine progress had been made. This had been helped enormously by the input of the Iraqi Prime Minister and Foreign Minister over the weekend. However, we wanted to see a genuine consensus. The text of the Resolution would therefore be put to the vote once we believed we had the best chance of the Resolution being passed. We did not think that would be very long. He was unable to put a more precise timescale on the process because, as we knew from past experience, the UN had a habit of proving predictions wrong.

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