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Hague

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William Jefferson. born 1961, British politician; leader of the Conservative party (1997--2001)

Hague

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The. the seat of government of the Netherlands and capital of South Holland province, situated about 3 km (2 miles) from the North Sea. Pop.: 464 000 (2003 est.)
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Hague and Kerry reiterated support for the Libyan government during the transitional phase with the aim of achieving political stability in Libya, a spokesperson of the Foreign Office said in a statement.
Mr Hague urged leaders to "pull together" in the wake of the blasts that hit Baghdad to aid the country's political stability.
Vernon cites as an example of how Hague is treated unfairly the HBO series Boardwalk Empire.
As members of former NLA, we are prepared to come out before the Hague Tribunal but not before the home courts because we are skeptical that they will bring the right decision.
The revelations will pile pressure on Mr Hague, who has been criticised for a lack of judgment in hiring Mr Myers as special adviser.
He added that next month's party conference could turn into a "sex scandal" gathering if Hague, left, was allowed to carry on.
This gave the 34-year-old Mr Hague his chance to enter the Cabinet.
Mr Hague launched a strong denial against media rumours of an inappropriate relationship between him and advisor Chris Myers, after it emerged the pair shared a twin hotel room during the election campaign.
Karzai and Richard Holbrook exchanged views about the regional security, bilateral relations of Afghanistan and US and about the agenda of Hague conference Karzai's office said in a statement.
Show panellist Ian Hislop believes Mr Hague would prove an ``extremely witty'' host for the satirical BBC show, which has been without a full-time presenter since Angus Deayton was sacked over tabloid sex and drugs revelations last year.
Mr Hague, who resigned as leader following the party's second crushing election defeat in June, said he thought Mr Duncan Smith had done an excellent job since being elected four weeks ago.
The Conservative Party leader has been given the thumbs down by a floating Midland voter - named William Hague.