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Asked if there was any reaction to today’s front pages in the Telegraph and the Guardian about the Prime Minister standing down next year, the Prime Minister’s Official Spokesman (PMOS) replied that the Prime Minister had a standard response to such stories. The PMOS said that he had checked the stories to see whether there was a single source, so a different response was needed, but since there wasn’t, the standard response stood: we were not going to comment on such matters.

Asked for any reaction to Margaret Beckett’s comments that she hoped that there would be an orderly transition, the PMOS said that what Ms. Beckett had said was a standard response.

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