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'Rishi, David Cameron here': Former PM's Greensill lobbying texts to ministers revealed

Sky News Tuesday, 11 May 2021
'Rishi, David Cameron here': Former PM's Greensill lobbying texts to ministers revealedDavid Cameron told the Treasury's top civil servant it was "bonkers" that a financial services firm he was lobbying for had been denied access to government-backed COVID loans.
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David Cameron has said he had a “big economic investment” in Greensill Capital but insisted that did not motivate his intense lobbying of the Government for the collapsed firm.The Conservative former prime minister said it was a “panful day” for him on Thursday as he gave evidence to MPs over...

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