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Asked if the Government would be responding to the Foreign Affairs Committee findings over the Attorney General’s decision not to pursue a prosecution, the PMOS said the reasons behind the decision were precisely as we set out at the time. What was also important to note was that on 12th March 2007 the Secretary of State for International Development published a report on progress on the Government’s anti-corruption action plan. That included a number of measures which strengthen our stance on anti corruption. None of that takes away from the basic judgment which the Attorney General said was his at the time which was that it was, in his view, unlikely there would be a successful prosecution as well as the other reasons set out at the time.

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