Blair Accused over Tanzania Air Trafffic Control Deal
The UK sold a "useless" air traffic control system to Tanzania in 2001 in a "scandalous" and "squalid" deal, the House of Commons has been told.
Ex-International Development Secretary Clare Short joined the Tories in accusing Tony Blair of pushing through the £28m sale by BAE Systems.
Ministers said the deal had not damaged Tanzania's economy or its development.
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) is currently investigating claims that BAE bribed Tanzanian officials.