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Cameron and Sunak set to be quizzed by MPs over Greensill lobbying controversy

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Cameron and Sunak set to be quizzed by MPs over Greensill lobbying controversyFormer prime minister David Cameron and Chancellor Rishi Sunak are set to be hauled before MPs to answer questions over the Greensill Capital lobbying controversy.
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Daily politics briefing: April 18 00:47

The key facts behind the day's headlines on April 18 as the controversy continues over the role former prime minister David Cameron played in securing Whitehall access for Greensill Capital.Sir Bernard Jenkin, chair of the Commons Liaison Committee – made up of senior MPs, has urged the Prime...

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