Former UK PM David Cameron denies claims he made $10m from Greensill Capital

Mark Battersby
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David Cameron received around $10m in cash and benefits from Greensill Capital before the finance firm collapsed into administration, according to documents obtained by the BBC's Panorama programme 'David Cameron and the Missing Billions' shown last night (9 August). Documents leaked to the BBC suggested the former prime minister was paid a salary of $1m a year as a part time adviser to Greensill Capital, which collapsed into administration earlier this year. They also showed Cameron was paid a lump sum of around $4.5m for selling shares he had been awarded in the company. Greensill a...

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