PolicyForeign Secretary launches competition to mark 200,000th Twitter follower

Foreign Secretary launches competition to mark 200,000th Twitter follower

William Hague has launched a competition following which he will invite one of his Twitter followers into the Foreign Office in London to meet him and live tweet an event.

William Hague now has 200,000 followers on Twitter and will be marking the occasion by inviting one of them into the Foreign Office in London to meet him and live tweet an event.
In order be considered, his followers will need to answer this question in a tweet or vine video including the hashtag #meetFS: What do you think is the biggest contribution UK foreign policy can make to the world? The competition will be open until 5:00pm GMT Friday 31 January. The Foreign Secretary will review a shortlist of entries and select his favourite.
He will then announce the winner via his Twitter account. The winner will be invited to an event within the next two months, and be offered a tour of the historic Foreign Office building in Whitehall.
Tweets will be collated using #meetFS. The individual selected to attend the event may be subject to security checks. Please note that we are unable to meet any travel or subsistence costs. Follow the Foreign Secretary on Twitter @WilliamJHague

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