Iranian authorities have allowed Britain's charge d'affaires in Tehran to visit jailed Briton Roger Cooper for the first time in four months, the British Foreign Office said. Cooper, a 52-year-old businessmen accused by Iran of spying, has been held in Tehran without trial for more than three years. The visit Wednesday was the first consular access Iranian authorities have allowed to Cooper since August and came two days after the release from jail in Tehran of another Briton, 23-year-old Nicholas Nicola. A Foreign Office spokesman said Britain's charge d'affaires, Gordon Pirie, found Cooper in good health.