Boris Johnson, who is now the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, and previously headed the country's Foreign Ministry, reported that the state does not have data indicating Russian interference in the Brexit vote and other political processes.
The UK Parliament's Intelligence Committee has not found any evidence indicating Russian interference in the voting process on the country's exit from the European Union.
At the same time, the Committee reported on allegedly likely attempts by the Russian Federation to influence the referendum on the separation of Scotland but did not provide evidence or details.
These charges referring to excerpts from the Committee's yet-to-be-published report will be presented as вЂњthe first post-Soviet interference in Western democratic elections.вЂќ
Also, the report will cover the British position on the interests of Russian business in the territory of the state.
That no names were mentioned in the text of the report, and what was put forward as evidence was edited for reasons of national security.