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Defence Secretary Liam Fox

Asked in great detail about the terms of reference of the investigation into allegations about whether the Defence Secretary Liam Fox had broken the Ministerial Code and about the progress of this investigation, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) said the Prime Minister had asked for an interim report from the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Defence to be delivered today in advance of the full report later this month and that it was important to establish the facts before making a judgement.

Asked for the Prime Minister’s views about the allegations and the investigation the PMS said the Prime Minister thought Liam Fox had done an excellent job as Defence Secretary and he felt it was important that the full facts were established before we drew any conclusions.

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