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Cameron doorstep as Greensill lobbying scandal continues

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Cameron doorstep as Greensill lobbying scandal continues

Cameron doorstep as Greensill lobbying scandal continues

Former prime minister David Cameron has been asked if he has any regrets over the Greensill lobbying scandal which led to an emergency review of lobbying guidelines by Lord Evans.

The report, which could see ministers banned from lobbying for up to five years after leaving office and handed fines for breaking the rules, is due to be published tomorrow.

Report by Czubalam.

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