Clearly someone in London had a small axe to grind.
Embassy Photo: Sam Garcia
Foreign Minister John Baird and British Foreign Secretary William Hague in the Library of Parliament on Sept. 24.
Gar Pardy Published: Wednesday, 09/26/2012 12:00 am EDT
It has been 16 years since a British foreign secretary has made an official visit to Ottawa. On his way to the annual meeting of the UN General Assembly, British Foreign Secretary William Hague thought that it was time to meet his “first cousins.”
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