» Thursday, July 22, 2004


Asked if he could rule out a reshuffle today, the PMOS said that it wasn’t our policy to respond to reshuffle questions. That said, he thought journalists could relax for the rest of the day. Asked about the possibility of a reshuffle tomorrow, the PMOS said that tomorrow was another day. Put to him that that might be the case, but at least Scarlet O’Hara had been making a ‘useful point’, the PMOS laughed and said touch\xE9.</p>

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