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Just said it on Newsnight there. Announcement to be made to-morrow but they're certain that nobody will be charged.


Thought you'd all be pleased.




No charges on 'cash for honours'


Assistant Commissioner John Yates has been leading the inquiry

The BBC understands that no-one is to face charges after the 16-month cash for honours investigation.

Four people were arrested - including two of Tony Blair's aides - during inquiries into whether honours were sold and whether a cover-up followed.


In total, 136 people were interviewed - including former Prime Minister Tony Blair and ex-Conservative leader Michael Howard.


All denied wrongdoing, but Mr Blair's friends say his authority was weakened.

Edited by Coyler
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