Thursday, April 16, 2009

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A parliamentary report concludes that senior civil servants overstated the significance of the leaks to persuade police to investigate the Tory MP and raid his Commons office.

The report by the Commons Home Affairs Committee, published today, has found a "clear mismatch" between the information given to Scotland Yard about the threat posed by the leaks and the description of the documents that senior officials in the Home Office gave. It raises questions over whether police would have conducted the raid if the "hyperbolic" account of the threat had not been issued.


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