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Rishi Sunak summoned to parliament to explain Greensill-Cameron ordeal

Sky News Monday, 12 April 2021
Rishi Sunak has been asked to appear before parliament tomorrow to explain why he granted Greensill Capital access to a COVID loan scheme after David Cameron lobbied him.
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