The UK Home Office has admitted that it might never publish the findings of a “sensitive” investigation into the foreign funding and support of terror groups active in the UK, according to a new report.
Commissioned by former UK Prime Minister David Cameron in December 2015, the report was aimed at exposing revenue streams of extremists and paid special attention to Saudi Arabia
The Home Office confirmed that the report had yet to be completed and might never be released to the public because of its “very sensitive” content.
The next government would make the final decision on the report’s release after the June 8 general election, a Home Office spokesman said.
The probe was conducted as part an agreement with the Liberal Democrats in return for supporting the extension of the UK’s participation in the US-led military campaign against purported terrorist positions inside Syria.
Lib Dem foreign affairs spokesman Tom Brake has asked Prime Minister Theresa May, who was home secretary under Cameron, to make sure the investigation would be completed, specially after the