Keith Nuthall
THE EUROPEAN Union's anti-fraud unit OLAF has reacted angrily to the leaking to German news magazine Stern of a confidential dossier of new EU corruption allegations compiled last year by Brussels whistle-blower Paul van Buitenen. Since he handed his report in August to OLAF and the Commission's administration directorate, officials have been "analysing" its contents and discussing how to follow it up.

However, OLAF acted rather more swiftly over the leak, releasing an immediate statement that it would "rigorously" check allegations that ...

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