Prosecutors say they now have enough material to decide whether to charge disgraced former South Yorkshire MP Denis MacShane.
The Crown Prosecution Service has checked the file handed over by detectives in May after the force reopened a probe into alleged expenses abuses.
A CPS spokeswoman said: “We have determined we are now in receipt of a full file of evidence following the reopening of the Metropolitan Police Service’s investigation in this case, which we are currently considering for a potential charging decision.”
Mr MacShane was Labour Party MP for Rotherham from 1994 until last year.
The 65-year-old resigned in November after a parliamentary committee found he had submitted 19 false invoices for expenses that were ‘plainly intended to deceive’.