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Prime Minister’s Voting Plans

Asked whether the Prime Minister would be voting on the ID card, smoking and terrorism divisions next week, the PMOS said the Prime Minister would decide when the votes came up. However journalists could take it that the Prime Minister regarded ID cards and terrorism as being important bills. The smoking bill was a free vote for MPs and as such the Prime Minister chose not to indicate in advance his intentions. Asked if this was why he had curtailed his trip to South Africa, the PMOS said the Prime Minister had important work to do in South Africa, but there was also important work to be done here.

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