Former Conservative MP Harvey Proctor said he has been told he will face no further action in relation to a police investigation looking into historical allegations of sex abuse.
Mr Proctor was investigated as part of Operation Midland - Scotland Yard's long running investigation into historical VIP abuse allegations.
The 69-year-old was interviewed twice under caution as part of Operation Midland.
He has consistently denied any wrongdoing, claiming he was the victim of a homosexual witch-hunt.
I have been advised that the Metropolitan Police Service has informed my solicitors that they intend to take no further action with regard to my involvement with Operation Midland.
He was the last living person under investigation in the multi-million pound operation.
The most recent cost of the investigation – from November 2015 - stood at £1.7 million, but the final cost is yet to be published.
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