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Her husband said that by Tuesday or Wednesday of the coming week, he would know the likelihood of having his wife home for Christmas.The threats to increase her sentence by five years came following a gaffe made by Mr Johnson, where he told a parliamentary committee she had been in Iran to train journalists. It is understood that Mr Ratcliffe has not accompanied Mr Johnson on his trip after receiving advice that it may not help his chances of seeing his wife in prison. accusing Iran of supplying the Houthis with ballistic missiles, including one the rebels used to target Riyadh on November 4Tehran does not recognise Mrs Zaghari-Ratcliffe's dual UK-Iranian nationality, and refuses access to her for representatives of the British authorities, making a prison visit for the Foreign Secretary unlikely during the trip.Richard Ratcliffe said he is expecting to have a full briefing from Mr Johnson and the Foreign Office once he returns to the UK.The father-of-one said constructive is 'certainly good and frank is not bad'.Mr Johnson requested to visit Nazanin during his visit, a move welcomed by her husband.Mrs Zaghari-Ratcliffe, of West Hampstead, North London, could see her five year sentence doubled following fresh charges, having been arrested in 2016 during a holiday visit to show her baby daughter Gabriella to her parents.He added: 'An honest discussion about Nazanin's case can only be good for us.'I am glad he is there and is meeting as many people as he can ...

He went on: 'He's done a good job of meeting lots of different people.'I stand here still with my fingers crossed.' Mr Ratcliffe also explained that 'it's complicated in Iran' and stressed that he will find out more tomorrow.

The mother-of-one was jailed for five-years for allegedly planning the 'soft toppling' of Iran's government.

Mr Johnson said he and his Iranian counterpart spoke 'frankly' regarding the case during 'constructive' talks in Tehran.

The government's response has included requiring the use of Iranian email systems, blocking popular webmail services, inhibiting encryption use by disabling VPNs and HTTPS, and banning externally developed security software.

Internet censorship increased with the administration of conservative president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in 2005.

He went on: 'He's done a good job of meeting lots of different people.'I stand here still with my fingers crossed.' Mr Ratcliffe also explained that 'it's complicated in Iran' and stressed that he will find out more tomorrow.

The mother-of-one was jailed for five-years for allegedly planning the 'soft toppling' of Iran's government.

Mr Johnson said he and his Iranian counterpart spoke 'frankly' regarding the case during 'constructive' talks in Tehran.

The government's response has included requiring the use of Iranian email systems, blocking popular webmail services, inhibiting encryption use by disabling VPNs and HTTPS, and banning externally developed security software.

Internet censorship increased with the administration of conservative president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in 2005.

Iran supports Yemen's Houthi rebels, who are at war with a Saudi-led coalition, but it denies arming them. Mr Johnson said he wanted the visit to be 'constructive', however he admitted that 'on many issues we will not agree' despite improvements to relations in recent years.