From daily The Guardian in Britain:
Move to close down Serious Fraud Office
Plan emerges months after BAE row
Simon Bowers and Patrick Wintour
Friday February 23, 2007
Ministers have begun working on proposals to disband the Serious Fraud Office, merging operations with other agencies, the Guardian has learned.
The plan comes three months after relations between the attorney general, Lord Goldsmith, and SFO director Robert Wardle reached an all-time low over the latter’s two-year investigation into kickback allegations linked to a BAE Systems contract with Saudi Arabia.
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