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Interviews yield no leads in drugs probe in PL club

The police have interviewed all the persons involved in the allegations of possible drug trafficking at a Labour Party club but this did not help them make any progress in their investigation.

The allegations emerged from a secret recording of PL deputy leader Toni Abela.

None of those interviewed revealed any information which could further lead to identify the person or place mentioned in the recording, the police said. They did not specify where the alleged crime took place, or when the interviews took place. The investigation started in October 2010.

In the recording, Dr Abela was told by the president of an unnamed club that someone was seen “cutting up a white block” in the kitchen. Dr Abela sacked the barman of the club but did not report the incident to the police.

Full story in The Times.

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