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Foreign Secretary William Hague 'had enough' of allegations

Foreign Secretary William Hague has told reporters why he issued a statement rejecting rumours of an improper relationship with one of his special advisers, Christopher Myers, who has since resigned from his job.

In a news conference in London alongside German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle, Mr Hague said he had spoken out because he and his wife, Ffion, had had enough of the circulation of ''untrue allegations'', and had wanted ''to put the record straight''.