David Cameron’s Greensill statement: key passages and what they mean


Analysis: How ex-PM broke his silence on lobbying claims as media focused on death of Prince Philip

David Cameron refused for 30 days to respond to questions about claims he lobbied ministers including Rishi Sunak and Matt Hancock, the Bank of England and civil servants on behalf of his employer Greensill Capital and its founder, Lex Greensill.

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Greensill Capital went into administration, leaving taxpayers potentially liable for hundreds of millions of pounds in loans. Thousands of jobs are threatened as a consequence.

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