The EU’s anti-fraud body, OLAF, has allegedly told a key player in the John Dalli affair, ‘Dalligate’ to stick to his original story suggesting the former health commissioner accepted a bribe through an associate, despite knowing that a key witness lied about the meeting, in which she alleged Dalli wanted a €60 million pay-off to change the contents of the EU’s tobacco directive.

The witness, Gayle Kimberly, lied about a meeting central to the investigation, a...

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