President Robert Mugabe has reiterated his accusation that Britain urged western countries to impose sanctions on Zimbabwe in response to the controversial seizures of white-owned farms in the early 2000s.
Speaking to ITV News, Mr Mugabe said that Britain's then prime minister Tony Blair had been angered over the decision to go ahead with the redistribution programme.
"Because of that, he felt offended. He did not want to tell the rest of Europe what the actual cause of our differences was," he said.
ITV News has uncovered evidence of potential voting fraud, ahead of Wednesday's presidential and parliamentary elections in Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe's leader Robert Mugabe has told ITV News he intends to remain president for another five years after "free and fair" elections.