From the Daily Mail in Britain:
Police accuse Labour of ‘undue pressure’ after Blair aide arrest
20th January 2007
Police have accused senior Labour figures of putting officers under ‘undue pressure’ by questioning the tactics behind the early-morning arrest of a senior aide to Tony Blair.
Officers involved in the cash-for-honours inquiry went to the home of Downing Street director of Government relations Ruth Turner at 6.30am yesterday.
See also the BBC.
Cash for honours T-shirts: here.
Blair and Rupert Murdoch: here.
Blair and Saudi arms deal corruption: here.
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