The UK Foreign Secretary William Hague rejected a claim the government was "softening" its approach to Iran.
Speaking in the parliament, Mr Hague described the UK as "absolutely relentless" in its efforts to defeat terrorism around the world and added: "I can assure you that there is no softening of any of our policies in relation to Iran.
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