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Re: Foreign Office answers

Bas "the Chunky Monkey" Kirmani

    Dear people of the world,

    Neither of the links in the Foreign Office Answers email work. If
someone has Galloway's office number, could they try ringing and pointing
this out?

    The 1-2% figure usually cited for blockage of OFF contracts is very
suspcious, and I would like to know if Hain is being as economical with the
facts as it is in his interests to be. Secondly, considering the entire
problem of 'dependence' of exports (ie one component being vital to the
working of others) is there any way of quantifying how useful the SENT
contracts are? It seems clear that the 1-2% figure is either inaccurate or
responsible for far greater damage than the government is willing to admit.



PS And what's all that stuff about not blocking vaccines in there?

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