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Top lawyer will have 'carte blanche' with review into firm Cameron lobbied for, says PM

Sky News Tuesday, 13 April 2021
Top lawyer will have 'carte blanche' with review into firm Cameron lobbied for, says PMBoris Johnson has promised a top lawyer will be given "carte blanche to ask anybody whatever he needs" as part of a review into the activities of a collapsed finance firm David Cameron lobbied for.
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