"I think we do need a British Mueller. We have been operating at the limits of our powers in this inquiry. We’ve done things that no select committee has ever done before but we do not have the powers that a law enforcement agency has. We do not have the power that Mueller has to demand to see bank records, private papers and other things," Damian Collins told the newspaper.
On Sunday, Guy Verhofstadt, the head of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe at the European Parliament, suggested that the European Union needed an investigation similar to the one in the United States.
Russian officials have repeatedly stressed that Moscow does not interfere in other country's internal affairs and pointed to the absence of any proof behind allegations of meddling.