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Rupert Murdoch

Asked if the Prime Minister had seen the interview in the Australian with Mr. Murdoch, and what did he think about a possible allegiance switch to the Conservative party, the PMOS replied that yesterday he had said that the Prime Minister had a standard response to such questions. Given that the PMOS was in Northern Ireland, he had now decided that his standard response was "whatever I say, I say nothing".

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  1. How on earh can a Aussie with a bit of money can decide what’s good and bad for the British?

    Comment by recruiter — 14 Nov 2006 on 1:11 pm | Link

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