Nominated MP Mohammed Affey said the fate of four Kenyans at the ICC was sealed and the "Foreign Affairs minister should institute a process of removing us from the ICC."
The British government also wants the investigations of President Kibaki to be conducted quietly without communication from the ICC.
"With the current division in the UK government and the European Union at large, the details are likely to reach President Kibaki and the political players in Kenya and AU," the statement says.
It further states that although Uhuru and Ruto had stepped aside from their positions, they remained influential politicians in Kenya.
The officers feared if the document leaks, Kenya and the AUâs resentment towards the ICC could increase and entrench division in the United Nations Security Council and the International Community.
Britain suggests that aid through DfID is increased to further her local interests.