LONDON: An undercover report accused two British former foreign ministers of offering to use their positions to help a private company in exchange for payment.

The allegations against senior Conservative party lawmaker Malcolm Rifkind and top Labour party MP Jack Straw come just months before a general election and echo "cash for access" scandals that caused political uproar in the past.

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