#UKIP ‘shredding papers, trashing computers’ as #OLAF report nears publication

The SKWAWKBOX broke the news of the investigation by the OLAF European anti-fraud unit into the huge alleged UKIP fraud of around €20 million and involvement with child pornography in January, at least part of which has now been ‘revealed’ by the UK and international media.

The OLAF report was due to be finalised last week and the SKWAWKBOX expects to have details soon, but an insider has told this blog that UKIP documents are being shredded and computers trashed at a number of locations in an apparent panic over the consequences of the report.

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If true, this suggests that UKIP are aware that the report’s conclusions will be grim reading for those under investigation and that a somewhat desperate damage-limitation exercise is underway to prevent further discoveries in the event of police involvement.

The SKWAWKBOX will bring you news on the matter as soon it’s available.

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3 responses to “#UKIP ‘shredding papers, trashing computers’ as #OLAF report nears publication

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