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European Constitution

Asked if the Prime Minister welcomed the French Government’s decision to hold a referendum on the European Constitution, the PMOS said that this was entirely a matter for the French Government and the people of France. The Prime Minister had set out why he believed the Treaty was good for both Europe and the UK. He looked forward to arguing the case in our own referendum. Asked if the British referendum would still go ahead even if the French people voted ‘no’ in theirs, the PMOS said that as the Prime Minister had underlined many times, the referendum in the UK would still take place, no matter what the outcome was in other countries.

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