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William Hague

The latest news and articles featuring William Hague, First Secretary of State and Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs. He was Leader of the Conservative Party from June 1997 to September 2001 and has represented the constituency of Richmond, Yorkshire since 1989.

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Hague insists the UK will not block social media

Hague: UK to confront countries that block social media
UK government will not contemplate closing down websites like Twitter and Facebook, says Foreign Secretary

''Governments must not censor internet''
Foreign Secretary uses London Cyberspace conference to call for global, coordinated response to preserving online freedoms

GCHQ: cyber attacks on UK 'disturbing'
Attacks targeting 'sensitive information from British government computer systems', warns GCHQ director

UK in 'blind panic' on EU referendum
Bringing the Commons debate forward 'smacks of blind panic', UKIP's Nigel Farage has claimed

Hague – urgent global consensus needed on cyber challenges
But some countries do not share a positive view of the internet, warns the UK Foreign Secretary


Cameron''It's going to be tough but I'm optimistic''
Let's turn this time of challenge into a time of opportunity, the Prime Minister David Cameron told the Conservative Party conference in Manchester. Here's his full speech

'Hague' by Rory BaxterHague: ''No more excessive borrowing and debt''
William Hague has told the Conservative Party conference in Manchester that money promised by the last Labour Government never existed and the coalition has been left with the task of telling people the truth

HagueIt's time to ''revive and reinvigorate'' the FCO
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office must become the best diplomatic service in the world, the Foreign Secretary William Hague said as he outlined his vision of the future of the department in a speech in London