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Put that there was not a great deal in the Queen’s Speech on counter-terrorism, the PMS replied that we had not suggested that this was the opportunity to bring forward new detailed proposals on counter-terrorism. We had said there would be a counter-terrorism Bill, but clearly there would be a process of consultation that would continue no doubt over the weeks ahead. We had always said that we wanted to take this forward in a consultative way and on a consensual basis, and that remained our intention.

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