Cameron admits ‘big economic interest’ in Greensill – but refuses to reveal details of pay

Cameron admits ‘big economic interest’ in Greensill - but refuses to reveal details of pay
David Cameron has admitted he had a “serious economic interest” in Greensill Capital, but refused to say how much he stood to earn.

David Cameron has admitted he had a “serious economic interest” in Greensill Capital, but refused to say how much he stood to earn.

Giving evidence to a House of Commons committee, the former prime minister insisted that he did not know that the finance firm was in trouble when he lobbied government ministers last year, despite boss Lex Greensill saying he informed him as early as March 2020.

And he said he would be ready to support changes to the law to ensure that in-house lobbyists like himself are forced to register if they make contact with ministers and officials on companies’ behalf.

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