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Asked about the prospect of a new EU Treaty and if the Prime Minister (PM) saw it as an opportunity, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) said that there weren’t any proposals at the moment but that the Coalition had a clear position on Europe, set out in the Coalition document. He said that the Chancellor had also written an article setting out the position on the Eurozone. The PMS added that we would be guided by what was in Britain’s national interest. The priority at the moment was that Europe grew and that would be the focus of discussions with European colleagues.

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