There is heightened scrutiny over the origin of the documents - the legitimacy of which has not been called into question - after Reddit said yesterday it believed they had been leaked and then posted by an account which was part of a dubious campaign reported to have originated in Russian Federation.
The leaked papers evidenced months of negotiations with United Kingdom officials in which USA pharmaceutical companies insisted on access to the NHS as well as patent extensions on medicines to be able to charge more for longer.
In a statement, Reddit said its investigation had found a "pattern of co-ordination" between now-banned accounts on its site that published the leak and a Russian campaign uncovered by Facebook earlier this year.
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As indicated by The Guardian it's misty how the archives wound up with the Labour Party, in spite of the fact that they'd unmistakably been gliding near and may have been the wellspring of a report distributed in The Telegraph back in July, some time before Corbyn demonstrated them or they were posted on Reddit. But the government has not challenged the authenticity of the documents.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the truth about the leaks had not yet been established, repeating that the documents did not prove Labour's argument that US President Donald Trump wanted the NHS to be included in a future trade deal. The issue has been a central election theme, largely because the country deeply cherishes the health service, which has suffered under years of austerity.
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Corbyn told Sky News on Saturday that the story of a Russian Federation link was "such nonsense" and "an advanced stage of rather belated conspiracy theories by the prime minister". "We believed those documents to be correct and nobody until Friday denied the correctness of those documents. And if there has been no discussion with the US about access to our health markets, if all that is wrong, how come after a week they still haven't said that?" he said.
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"I understand from what was being put on that website that those who seem to know about these things say it seems to have all the hallmarks of some form of interference", culture minister Nicky Morgan told BBC radio.
"And if that is the case, that obviously is extremely serious".
The specter that Russian Federation has meddled in Britain's electoral process has been raised before.
"Of course there should be no interference in our British political system by (US President) Donald Trump or the Russians".
On Saturday, Corbyn stressed that the documents "were real", arguing that if there has been no discussion with Washington about access to the British health market - "if all that is wrong, how come after a week they still haven't said that?"
The Times of London reported, without saying how it got the information, that the intelligence report concluded that Russian interference may have affected the 2016 referendum on Britain's departure from the European Union, though the impact is "unquantifiable".
Meanwhile, Jo Swinson has insisted she'll remain Liberal Democrat leader, regardless of the party's fortunes at the General Election.
"All of us should be concerned if a foreign country is trying to interfere in our democracy".