LONDON - There could be criminal charges in an alleged cash-for-access plan involving Prime Minister Tony Blair's Labor Party, the Sunday Telegraph reports.
Blair, and others in his Labor Party, were at the center of a plan to raise millions of dollars from the moment the party assumed power in 1997, the Telegraph alleged.
As many as five people could be prosecuted and Blair may be called as a witness at the trial, the Telegraph said.
Labor Party officials Saturday reiterated their position that no political donor to their party has been given preferential treatment or private access to Blair.
Detectives submitted their final report to the Crown Prosecution Service Friday, the newspaper said.
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