A man who was arrested on suspicion of fraud after allegations that Tottenham Hotspur spied on Olympic officials during the stadium bid has been bailed by police.

The 29-year-old was bailed on Tuesday until mid-February pending further inquiries, a Metropolitan Police spokesman said.

News of the arrest came as Olympic Park Legacy Company (OPLC) chairwoman Baroness Ford claimed the north London football club had all 14 members of her board monitored by private investigators. Spurs denied putting officials under surveillance.

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