BRITAIN has decided to withdraw the protocol accorded to Pervez Musharraf, who has been living in London since April last year, after a UN report on former prime minister Benazir Bhuttos assassination blamed him for not providing adequate security to her, a private television channel reported on Monday. The UK has decided to take back the protocol accorded to the former president after the UN report blamed him for not providing adequate security to Benazir Bhutto. The extension of visa of Musharrafs security guards has been turned down and the car provided to him was taken back. Four Scotland Yard personnel were deputed on former presidents security. However, the Scotland Yard in London refused to comment on the media report. Speaking to the channel, Musharrafs spokesman Fawad Chaudhry denied the report, saying that the former president is provided with vehicle and security when required. Replying to a question regarding Musharrafs returning to Pakistan, he said consultations were underway and he would come back this year. Musharraf has been living outside Pakistan, mostly in London, since April 2009. Several cases have been filed against him in Pakistan and courts have also issued notices to him. The UN report, which was released on April 17, had concluded that Musharrafs government failed to protect the ex-premier despite being aware of the serious threats to her life. The UN-appointed independent panel report also slammed Pakistans premier intelligence agency and the police, saying that they deliberately failed to properly probe 54-year-old Bhuttos murder which could have been averted. Meanwhile, Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik has said that no decision has been made to withdraw protocol of former President Pervez Musharraf. According to a private TV channel on Monday, Rehman termed news items in this connection as baseless. 'Protocol to former Presidents and Prime Ministers was their due right and govt would continue providing it, he added.