Police Scotland will not launch a criminal investigation into allegations of vote rigging over selecting Labour's parliamentary candidate in Falkirk.
In a statement, Police Scotland said:
Following a comprehensive review of all material submitted, Police Scotland has concluded there are insufficient grounds to support a criminal investigation at this time.
However, should further information come to light this will be looked into.
Reports suggest Unite, the biggest trade union, [attempted to influence the Falkirk Labour party with its members to ensure that its preferred candidate was chosen to fight the election]((http://www.itv.com/news/story/2013-07-04/tom-watson-quits-election-role).
The union has always denied the allegations.
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