Treasury committee to discuss potential inquiry into Greensill collapse

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MPs to consider formal investigation after reports David Cameron used private channels to lobby on firm’s behalf

An influential group of MPs are to discuss launching a formal inquiry into the collapse of Greensill Capital, the lender advised by David Cameron, following reports that the former prime minister used private channels to lobby Whitehall on the company’s behalf.

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The Commons Treasury committee is expected to consider a potential investigation at a scheduled meeting on Monday afternoon, where MPs are due to discuss the next set of issues to be tackled by the group over the coming months.

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