United Kingdom: Dominic Raab urged to intervene to bring home UK whistleblower who exposed multi-million pound oil scandal

Dominic Raab has been urged to intervene to rescue a British whistleblower trapped in Croatia after falling victim to a “politically-motivated” attempt to prosecute him over his revelations of multi-million pound bribes.

Former Home Office Minister Caroline Nokes and Margaret Hodge, a former head of the Commons public accounts committee and member of the all party MPs’ whistleblowing group, are calling on the Foreign Secretary to take immediate action to secure the return of Jonathan Taylor to the UK.

Mr Taylor exposed a multi-million pound bribery scandal in Monaco and last week won a supreme court battle in Croatia against what he claims has been a “politically-motivated” attempt by the principality to extradite him on “flawed” allegations of corruption.

The original full article can be found at telegraph.co.uk

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