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David Cameron leaves home ahead of grilling by MPs

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David Cameron leaves home ahead of grilling by MPs

David Cameron leaves home ahead of grilling by MPs

Former prime minister David Cameron was seen leaving his house on Thursday morning.

Mr Cameron appears before two select committees of MPs later in the day to face questions over his lobbying activities for Greensill Capital.

Report by Jonesia.

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