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Patrick John Haseldine (born 11 July 1942) is a former British diplomat who was dismissed in August 1989 by the then Foreign Secretary, John Major, for writing a letter to The Guardian newspaper, which was considered to constitute "various disciplinary offences constituting breaches of the Diplomatic Service Regulations". Haseldine was suspended on 7 December 1988 upon publication of a letter he had written to The Guardian in which he publicly accused then Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher of "self-righteous invective" over her handling of an extradition request.

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  • Patrick John Haseldine (born 11 July 1942) is a former British diplomat who was dismissed in August 1989 by the then Foreign Secretary, John Major, for writing a letter to The Guardian newspaper, which was considered to constitute "various disciplinary offences constituting breaches of the Diplomatic Service Regulations". Haseldine was suspended on 7 December 1988 upon publication of a letter he had written to The Guardian in which he publicly accused then Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher of "self-righteous invective" over her handling of an extradition request.
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