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Put that Lord Goldsmith s advice to the former Prime Minister that the Iraq war was legal was flawed, and asked for a response, the PMS replied that we had been over this ground many times before. Fortunately the PMS s predecessor covered this on many occasions. Jack Straw had responded on behalf of the Government on this latest story, and that was the Government s position.

Asked to clarify the Government s position on an inquiry, and was it that there would be a time and a place for one, the PMS replied that the Government s position was that we had already had three inquiries into the Iraq war, and this was not an issue for now.

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