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David Cameron

Asked if the Prime Minister would like to congratulate David Cameron on the birth of his third child, the PMOS said absolutely, of course he would. The Prime Minister would send a message in the appropriate way at the appropriate time. Asked if the Prime Minister would still do PMQs in David Cameron’s absence, the PMOS said that it was Prime Minister’s Questions and if the Prime Minister was here then it remained so. Asked how the Prime Minister felt about facing his old adversary William Hague across the dispatch box, the PMOS said that he had no doubt at all that people on both sides were thinking about such an eventuality but let us wait until tomorrow.

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