TWO major Tory party donors have been linked to allegedly corrupt offshore payments in a huge cache of leaked documents.
Lawyer Mohamed Amersi was involved in the payment of an alleged £160 million bribe to an offshore company owned by the daughter of a former president of Uzbekistan
The payment was described as a bribe by the US Department for Justice as part of their investigation into Swedish telecoms firm Telia, which saw it fined $965million (£700million).
Amersi worked as a consultant for Telia and was paid $500,000 for facilitating the deal, according to the leaked Pandora Papers, but denies any wrongdoing.
He has given £525,000 to the Tories since 2018.
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