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Is the government delaying a report on Russian election interference?

The row hinges on whether or not a report by the intelligence and security committee should be released before the general election

By Prospect Team  

Dominic Grieve has claimed the government is sitting on the report. Photo: WIktor Szymanowicz/NurPhoto/PA Images

Wait, what? Isn’t allegations of Russian election meddling a US story?

It is—and this story is related. Late last week, it was reported that former MI6 Russia desk head Christopher Steele, who investigated Trump’s links with Moscow, had also made submissions to a parliamentary intelligence committee on Russian interference in UK politics.

The intelligence and security committee had been examining, amongst other things, claims relating to the EU election in 2016. Their…

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