Dear Ms Zelter
Our guidance, both for public prosecuting authorities, such as the Crown Prosecution Service or the Serious Fraud Office, and putative private prosecutors, is that draft charges or an indictment are required with every request for consent. See for example https://www.gov.uk/guidance/consent-of-the-attorney-general-to-prosecute-how-to-apply and annex 3 of the CPS guidance http://www.cps.gov.uk/legal/a_to_c/consent_to_prosecute/#a09 . We do require a draft indictment in this case so please provide one.
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