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David Cameron’s Greensill Lobbying Was ‘Acceptable’, Minister Claims

David Cameron’s lobbying of senior ministers and officials, who he knew as prime minister, on behalf of Greensill Capital was “acceptable”, a cabinet minister has claimed. Environment secretary George Eustice, Cameron’s former press secretary, said the ex-PM cannot be “begrudged” for taking on a role lobbying for the now-collapsed... go to Article >

Greensill review calls for lobbying transparency and new code of conduct

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Report launched in response to David Cameron’s lobbying suggests ministers curb supply chain finance A government review into the Greensill scandal, launched in response to David Cameron’s lobbying attempts, has called for a new code of conduct... read more

Elton John 'On The Warpath' As He Requests Meeting With PM Over Post-Brexit Touring Rules

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Sir Elton John said he has requested a meeting with Boris Johnson and is “on the warpath” over visa issues for musicians touring in the European Union. New rules which came into force at the beginning of the year do not guarantee visa-free... read more

Mishal Husain Gives Dominic Raab A Swift Reality Check On Today Programme

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Mishal Husain put Dominic Raab under the spotlight on Wednesday’s edition of Radio 4′s Today programme over his holiday abroad. The foreign secretary has been facing increasing calls to resign after it emerged he was in Crete on the day the... read more

David Cameron showed ‘significant lack of judgment’ on Greensill, inquiry finds

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Commons finds ex-PM did not break lobbying rules by bombarding ministers with messages – but only because rules are too weak David Cameron’s intensive text message lobbying of ministers and high-ranking civil servants on behalf of Greensill... read more

David Cameron urged to address reports he made $10m from Greensill

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Labour says if figure is wrong as ex-PM’s spokesperson has suggested, then he should set record straight David Cameron is under growing pressure to answer further questions about his involvement in Greensill Capital, given he reportedly made up... read more

Greedy David Cameron guilty of ‘significant lack of judgment’ in lobbying for Greensill, report finds

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GREEDY David Cameron was guilty of a “significant lack of judgment” in his lobbying for Greensill, a damning report by MPs has found. The ex-PM was slammed by the Treasury committee for bombarding ministers with gushing texts begging for help in... read more

Boris Johnson’s pick to run ‘independent’ Greensill lobbying inquiry was Tory candidate

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Fresh allegations of ‘cronyism’ over appointment of Nigel Boardman to lead David Cameron lobbying probe read more

Greensill could yet cause problems for Boris Johnson

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Analysis: Despite escaping criticism in Nigel Boardman’s report, other inquiries will ensure affair rumbles on The appointment of Nigel Boardman to head an inquiry into how Lex Greensill lobbied for access to public loan schemes in Downing Street... read more

Lex Greensill given ‘extraordinarily privileged’ No 10 access, inquiry finds

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Report criticises David Cameron and Jeremy Heywood and says lobbying process is insufficiently transparent The businessman Lex Greensill was given “extraordinarily privileged” access to Downing Street while the government’s process for managing... read more

Probe into Lex Greensill lobbying scandal highlights errors - and criticises ex-PM David Cameron

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The long-awaited report about Greensill Capital, the collapsed financial company that the former prime minister lobbied ministers for, was published today on the last day of Parliamentary term. read more