Iran Nuclear NewsBritish opposition seeks tougher EU action on Iran

British opposition seeks tougher EU action on Iran

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ImageAP: Britain's opposition Conservative Party says Europe should toughen its stance on Iran's disputed nuclear program.

The Associated Press

ImageBIRMINGHAM, England (AP) – Britain's opposition Conservative Party says Europe should toughen its stance on Iran's disputed nuclear program.

Tehran insists it is enriching uranium for a civilian power program. The United States and its allies believe Iran is attempting to develop nuclear weapons.

Conservative Party foreign affairs spokesman William Hague is calling on the European Union to threaten a ban on new investment in Iranian oil and gas fields.

He also pledged at a rally on Wednesday to hold a full, public inquiry on the buildup to the 2003 U.S.-led invasion of Iraq if his party wins power in Britain's next national election. The election must be held no later than May 2010.

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