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Asked for more detail on the Written Ministerial Statement on Charles Taylor, the PMOS said that it was to do with arrangements for Charles Taylor’s imprisonment should he be found guilty in the Hague. Asked which prison he might be kept in, the PMOS said that people should wait for the outcome of the trial. For more detail people should speak to the FCO.

Asked for detail on the Prime Minister’s speech next week, the PMOS said that the Prime Minister had been planning for some time to do a series of domestic speeches mirroring, in some way, his series of foreign speeches.

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