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Data Security

Asked if the new measures re data security related to Government or just to HMRC, the PMS said that they related to Government; the O’Donnell review was about looking at all departments.

Asked if anyone was expected to resign today, the PMS replied that he had not heard any suggestion that anyone would be resigning today.

Asked if the recommendations regarding data would have immediate effect, the PMS said we should wait and see.

Asked if the missing discs had been found, the PMS said that the Chancellor would be updating people on the situation regarding the discs in his statement this afternoon.

Asked if the O’Donnell and Poynter reports were both interim reports, the PMS replied yes.

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