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The IPCC investigated claims by a retired senior officer that Wiltshire Police deliberately caused a criminal prosecution to fail in 1994 after the defendant – a brothel owner - threatened to tell the press she supplied Sir Edward with underage boys for sex if the trial went ahead.

In the public letter released on Friday, Mr Veale said: "When I took on this investigation I knew it would attract intense scrutiny.

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The police probe, named Operation Conifer, began in 2015 after claims against Sir Edward surfaced.

Mr Veale said: "Over the last few weeks particularly, there has been much speculation about this case.

I also recognised it could potentially damage confidence in Wiltshire Police." He described the former Conservative prime minister, who died at home in Salisbury in July 2005 aged 89, as an "extremely prominent, influential and high profile person".

"The decision to undertake this incredibly complex and challenging investigation was not taken lightly particularly knowing, or at least expecting, that we would be placed under intense scrutiny," he said.

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"I will not be buckling under pressure to not investigate or to conclude the investigation prematurely." Mr Veale said investigators had not spoken to the man known as Nick who features in Operation Midland – the Met Police probe into an alleged Westminster paedophile ring. "It is also very important for me to reiterate that the report forms part of a live ongoing criminal investigation, so the disclosure of this information is something which we take very seriously." Earlier this month two people were arrested and bailed by detectives working on Operation Conifer.

The Independent Police Complaints Commission launched a probe into alleged historical corruption after information from a retired officer raised concerns that Wiltshire Police deliberately caused a criminal prosecution to fail 22 years ago.

"I take my responsibilities of operational independence, which is the bedrock of British policing, very seriously indeed.

"Therefore I will remain operationally independent and will not be influenced by inappropriate and unacceptable pressure from people who don't know the detail of this case.

"Whilst it is not commonplace for us to comment on a live ongoing criminal investigation I really am very concerned and profoundly disappointed about the impact of this speculation on the public's confidence in the police, the potential prejudicial impact upon a live criminal investigation, not to mention the confidence of persons who have come forward with information." He described the investigation as "complex and multi-stranded" but added: "This is not a 'fishing trip' or 'witch-hunt' - both of these terms have been unfairly levelled at us.