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A Tory insider said Mr Hague suffered a "classic case" of colour-blindness, muddling up colours near to each other in the spectrum, such as blues, greens, browns and reds.
Sir Ian also reveals the colour-blindness which prevents him seeing red cricket balls in green grass.
TWO young Manchester United fans have seen red for the first time after pioneering treatment corrected their colour-blindness.
Arsenal were locked in an amazing colour-blindness row last night with Austrian referee Gunter Benko and UEFA officials, who turned down their plea to change shirts at half-time at Highbury last night.
Mark's life was transformed when he was given special new ChromaGen contact lenses, designed at the private Corneal Laser Centre at Clatterbridge Hospital in the Wirral, to cure both his colour-blindness and dyslexia.