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"So, what can I do for you?" Snape asked, settling himself in the armchair opposite the two sisters.
"Severus," she said in a strained whisper. "May I speak to you? It's urgent."
Chapter 2: Spinner's End
Harry drank it in one gulp. The effect was instantaneous. Heavy, irresistible waves of dreamless sleep broke over him; he fell back onto his pillows and thought no more.
"Well done, Harry," said Dumbledore.
"To the Prime Minister of Muggles. Urgent we meet. Kindly respond immediately. Sincerely, Fudge."
"Yes, dragon," repeated the wizard conversationally. "My last bottle, and prices are sky-high at the moment. Still, it might be reusable."
Fudge grimaced. "He used giants last time, when he wanted to go for the grand effect," he said. "The Office of Misinformation has been working around the clock, we've had teams of Obliviators out trying to modify the memories of all the Muggles who saw what really happened, we've got most of the Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures running around Somerset, but we can't find the giant--it's been a disaster."
"My information has been conveyed directly to the Dark Lord," said Snape. "If he chooses not to share it with you —"
"He has clearly reacted to a poorly performed Imperius Curse," said Scrimgeour. "It's addled his brains, but he could still be dangerous."
"Yes, three," said Fudge. "And a sphinx. Well, good day to you."
"Very well, then," said Dumbledore, pushing open the broom shed door and stepping out into the yard. "I see a light in the kitchen. Let us not deprive Molly any longer of the chance to deplore how thin you are."
"There was no need to stick the wand in that hard," he said gruffly, clambering to his feet. "It hurt."
"Wand out and follow me, Harry," he said quietly.