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ENG: William Jefferson Hague, FRSL MP (born 26 March 1961) is a British politician, who is the current Foreign Secretary and First Secretary of State. He served as Leader of the Conservative Party from June 1997 to September 2001. In Parliament, he has represented the constituency of Richmond (Yorks) since 1989. Educated at Wath-upon-Dearne Grammar School, a state grammar school, then the University of Oxford (graduating with First Class Honours in Philosophy, Politics and Economics) and INSEAD, Hague was first elected to the House of Commons in a by-election in 1989. Hague rose through the ranks of John Major's government and entered the Cabinet in 1995 as the Secretary of State for Wales. Following the Conservatives' defeat in the 1997 general election, he was elected as leader of ...
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William Hague condemns Libya US consulate attack


Foreign Secretary William Hague today condemned an attack on the US consulate in Libya in which the ambassador is believed to have died. Armed men stormed the base in the eastern city of Benghazi before setting it on fire. The top diplomat was reportedly killed when a rocket hit his car, while several other staff are also thought to have been killed. The assault yesterday came amid protests over an American-produced film said to ridicule Islam and the Prophet Mohammed. The US embassy in Cairo was also targeted earlier in the day, but no one was injured. By James Tapsfield Read ...


William Hague offers lawyer to Egypt in Mubarak assets row


The foreign secretary has offered to send a lawyer to Egypt to help it recover assets held in the UK by supporters of its former leader. William Hague made the offer at talks with President Mohamed Morsi - his first meeting with Egypt's new leader. Last week a BBC investigation revealed the UK government was failing in its commitment to freeze assets of the ex-Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak's regime. Britain said it was doing as much as it could to trace the funds. Read more: BBC News (11 September 2012)


Hague warns of cost to academic ties as Israel backs ...


... West Bank college upgrade The British government has responded furiously to a decision by an Israeli committee to agree to grant university status to a college in the West Bank and called for the move to be reconsidered. In strongly worded remarks after the Israeli cabinet approved the move to upgrade Ariel College, Foreign Secretary William Hague expressed his disappointment at the creation of "an additional barrier to peace with the Palestinians". He said that if the upgrade, which is still subject to approval by the High Court of Justice and the Attorney General, went ahead, ...


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