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Hague adviser quits over rumours
|Contributor||New Jerusalem |
|Last Edited||New Jerusalem Sep 01, 2010 11:35am|
|News Date||Wednesday, September 1, 2010 05:00:00 PM UTC0:0|
|Description||William Hague's special adviser has resigned over "untrue and malicious" allegations made against him, the Foreign Secretary has said. |
Mr Hague said suggestions Christopher Myers' appointment was due to an improper relationship between them were "utterly false".
In a statement, he also denied his marriage to wife Ffion was in trouble.
He revealed they have suffered multiple miscarriages and are still grieving the loss of a pregnancy this summer.
Mr Myers, 25, was employed by Mr Hague during the election campaign as a constituency aide and after the election worked for the foreign secretary as a policy adviser.
Mr Hague admitted to "occasionally" sharing hotel rooms with Mr Myers during the election.
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