Since becoming embroiled in the Westminster lobbying scandal David Cameron has kept a low profile, but all that ends on Thursday. Following the release of 56 WhatsApps, texts and emails he sent to senior figures in the civil service, Bank of England and government, there are plenty of questions the former prime minister could be asked when he faces MPs on the House of Commons’ Treasury committee. These include: Why was Lex Greensill made a government adviser while he was PM? There remains a great deal of uncertainty around Lex Greensill ‘s time working as an adviser in government while Mr Cameron was prime minister. Advertisement A photograph of a business card used by Mr Greensill has emerged in which his place of work is listed as 10 Downing Street and his title is given as “senior advisor, the prime minister’s officer”. How did the David Cameron lobbying scandal unfold? When the business card image came to light a government statement said that Mr Greensill had acted as a “supply chain finance adviser from 2012 to 2015” and a crown representative from 2013 to 2016. More on David Cameron Lobbying ban for ministers of up to five years recommended in… Read full this story
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