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Party Funding

Asked whether the Government felt it could proceed with any legislation on party funding following the collapse of talks last week, the PMS said there were two distinct matters, the Government position and the Labour Party position. The PMS said he could only speak for the Government, which was trying to seek a consensus through the Hayden-Phillips process. In terms of any particular statements in relation to legislation or proposals being taking forward, it would probably be best to wait for the Queens Speech tomorrow, when a follow-up discussion could take place.

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