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But it is the prominent apology. It's sometimes just the agreement that you're not going to do it again, which will be quite a valuable remedy if we could find some cheap and efficacious way of providing it.

So far as public funding is concerned, I owe it to my Treasury colleagues to say that the government has no money, which it certainly doesn't, but it is an interesting proposition, as long as we don't produce thousands and thousands of trivial small complaints.

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