Family\'s Plea As Iran TV Calls Johnson Comments \'unintended Admission\' Of Guilt

The family of a British woman jailed in Iran have demanded further action from Boris Johnson, after the country’s state TV broadcast a report claiming that the Foreign Secretary’s comments in Parliament amounted to an “unintended admission” of her guilt.

The Channel 2 report said that Mr Johnson’s suggestion that Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was “training journalists” when arrested in Iran last year had “dealt a blow” to the efforts of campaigners and UK authorities to support her position that she was in fact on holiday.

Mr Johnson has admitted that his comments “could have been clearer”, and told MPs on Tuesday that the UK Government “has no doubt that she was on holiday” in Iran.

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Family´s plea as Iran TV calls Johnson comments `unintended admission´ of guilt
Family’s plea as Iran TV calls Johnson comments ‘unintended admission’ of guilt