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He said the fresh charge had come as a horrible bolt out of the blue for his wife in Iran.
He said: 'Nazanin was very shocked and just cried on the phone for most of the call on Saturday when she was taken to court.'Mrs Zaghari-Ratcliffe is a dual British and Iranian national, but Tehran does not recognise dual citizenship and have rebuffed all attempts to free her.
Mrs Zaghari-Ratcliffe was jailed for five years in Iran for spying but insists she is innocent and only in the country to visit her parents with her young daughter (file pic) Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, pictured with her daughter Gabriella, could have her sentence doubled from five to ten years after the Foreign Secretary wrongly said she had been in Iran training journalists (file photo)Downing Street said Mr Johnson and Theresa May have been working on the case for a 'long period'.
Mrs May's spokesman said work was underway to establish the 'facts' of the case and did not immediately express full confidence in Mr Johnson when pressed by reporters.
The mother-of-one mounted an appeal but lost the final stage of her case in April this year - 12 months after her ordeal began.
She was told she has no more legal avenues open to her and the fresh charge issued at the weekend will only weaken her attempt to clear her name.
Labour MP Tulip Siddiq has hit out at Boris Johnson over the comment and demanded he retract it.And that I find extraordinary, incredible.' Mrs Zaghari-Ratcliffe's employers at the Thomson Reuters Foundation have issued an angry statement demanding that Mr Johnson immediately apologise for the mistake.