Hague to end speculation on his private life

Hague to end speculation on his private life

The British Foreign Secretary William Hague will try to draw a line under rumours about his private life today.

Yesterday, he issued a deeply personal statement denying having a relationship with a male adviser or any other man.

The adviser, Christopher Myers, has resigned.

The British Foreign Secretary will meet his German counterpart later.

Publicist Max Clifford says it was a big mistake to issue such a statement.

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