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Asked if the Prime Minister had been interviewed by the police yet, the PMS replied that the Prime Minister had not been interviewed by the police.

Asked if the PMS would inform journalists if any other members of the Cabinet were to be interviewed by the police, the PMS replied that he was spokesman to the Prime Minister, he was not a spokesman to individual Cabinet Ministers.

Asked if anyone from No10 had been in contact with the police as part of this inquiry, the PMS replied that when the inquiry was launched, the Prime Minister wrote to Commander Mawer of the Metropolitan Police, and said that we would not be commenting publicly because we wanted to give the police space to conduct their investigation properly. The only exception to that was that we would confirm if the Prime Minister had been interviewed.

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