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The Leader of the House of Commons, William Hague, has said "we should be concerned" if people haven't been able to register in time to vote for the EU referendum.
The online registration process closed at midnight on Monday, but many people could miss out on voting on June 23 after the site crashed due to last-minute demand.
Speaking to ITV News, Mr Hague said "a lot of attention" should be given to the issue and "everything possible" should be done to cater for those who missed out.
William Hague has claimed Ed Miliband is only calling for a television debate with David Cameron out of desperation to stop the election slipping away from him.
The Commons leader faced down MPs' anger over the Prime Minister's "indefensible" and "craven" refusal to debate one on one with the Labour leader, stressing that former prime minister Tony Blair refused to do so altogether.
Hague hit back, "I think, of what the leader of the Opposition was saying yesterday when he was calling for a debate, which means 'I am desperate because the election is slipping away from me and I have nothing else to ask about at all'. That is the translation of that."
Russia will face more sanctions if they continue to "destablise" Ukraine, William Hague has said.
The former Foreign Secretary told the BBC that Russian President Vladimir Putin is facing a "huge long-term price" for his country's alleged role in supporting separatists in eastern Ukraine.
"The costs to Russia over this behaviour are mounting and will get even higher," he told the BBC.
"If Russia continues to destabilise Ukraine there will be higher sanctions."
Mr Hague said the UK was not planning to send arms to the Ukrainian government following calls from ex-defence secretary Liam Fox.
"We are not planning to send arms to Ukraine - we want to see a diplomatic solution. You have to think very carefully before you send arms into a conflict."
The Conservative Party laid out its proposals for "English votes for English laws" today.
House of Commons leader William Hague said the planned devolution of more powers to the Scottish government creates "imbalances" that do not favour English MPs.
ITV News' Political Editor Tom Bradby reports:
William Hague has unveiled plans that would see English MPs set their own country's income tax rates.
The Commons Leader said the reforms are a "fundamental matter of fairness".
ITV News Political Correspondent Carl Dinnen explains the plans: