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Foreign Secretary orders expulsion of Libyan Embassy officials

Foreign Secretary William Hague

London, 5 May 2011

Foreign Secretary William Hague has ordered the expulsion of two diplomats from the Libyan Embassy in London. They have until 11 May to leave.


Foreign Secretary attends Libya Contact Group meeting in Rome

Foreign Secretary William Hague

Rome, 5 May 2011

The second Libya Contact Group meeting in Rome today aims to further intensify the diplomatic economic and military pressure on the Qadhafi regime.

"We will continue to fight against terrorism wherever it rears its head"

London, 4 May 2011

Foreign Secretary William Hague spoke about Al Qaeda following Osama Bin Laden's death and what the Arab Spring means for undemocratic governments in a speech today.

Libya human rights – voices from Tripoli

Foreign Office Minister Alistair Burt MP

4 May 2011

Alistair Burt, FCO Minister for Middle East and North Africa hosted a small meeting for people who have experienced first-hand the situation in Tripoli.

Foreign Secretary speaks at Lord Mayor's Easter Banquet

Foreign Secretary William Hague

London, 4 May 2011

Foreign Secretary William Hague will talk about Al Qaeda following Osama Bin Laden's death.

Response to the FAC's report on Afghanistan and Pakistan

London, 4 May 2011

The Foreign Secretary William Hague has presented to Parliament his response to the Foreign Affairs Committee’s fourth report on the UK’s foreign policy approach to Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Travel health advice on measles

A young boy receives an MMR vaccination. Photo by Getty images.

London, 4 May 2011

Foreign travel is one of the main reasons for cases of measles in the UK.

Minister for human rights policy marks World Press Freedom Day

Jeremy Brown MP. Crown copyright.

London, 3 May 2011

Foreign Office Minister Jeremy Browne has recorded a video message, which was screened at an event hosted by members of the UK National Commission for UNESCO and the UK Press Freedom Network on 3 May. Watch it here and read our blogs round-up.

The Prince of Wales visits Washington this week

pow-wave

Washington, 3 May 2011

His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales will be exploring the themes of environmental sustainability, the shared sacrifice of UK and US armed forces and education on his three day visit to the nation’s capital this week.

Foreign Secretary meets Japanese Foreign Minister

Foreign Secretary William Hague with Japanese Minister for Foreign Affairs Takeaki Matsumoto

London, 3 May 2011

Foreign Secretary William Hague talked of "important and productive" discussions following his meeting with Japanese Foreign Minister Matsumoto.


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