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Prime Minister’s Questions

Asked whether there was a change of practice for the Prime Minister in not mentioning the deaths of soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan at PMQS, as it had not did not happened the day before, the PMOS said it was not a change of practice. It was a reflection of the period of time since Parliament last met. The Prime Minister did pay tribute generally. Asked whether if there were more tragedies next week we would revert back to the original practice, the PMOS said we all hoped there would not be. However, should there be, he did not anticipate any change of practice.

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