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William Hague

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6
Sep
I'm sure it will have come as some relief that the William Hague story was absent across the red top Sunday newspapers yesterday.

There will come a time soon in the UK, as has happened elsewhere, when Bloggers will be sued for defamation and ISPs may well be caught up in an individual case as the carriers of said information.

It was embarrassing for the body politic and for the nation as a whole that William Hague had to divulge private information about his wife with regard to their attempt to have children. Hague is a very private individual and this must have hurt him and brought him to wonder whether public service is worth the price?

We need a privacy law.


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