Friday, 8 April 2016

'Frankly and morally wrong': David Cameron's past attacks on tax evasion

Lying Political ScumBag Caught Out In Lining His Own Pockets Scandal. Politicians Deserve Stringing Up From lamp Posts. They Don't deserve Our Respect.
After nearly a week of refusing to comment fully about his financial affairs, David Cameron has admitted he and his wife sold shares worth more than £30,000 in an offshore tax haven fund set up by his late father. The stake, purchased for £12,497, was sold for £31,500 in January 2010 – four months before Mr Cameron became Prime Minister. The Camerons received £19,003 profit, £300 below the capital gains tax allowance. The admission, made in an interview with ITV News, comes five days after the leak of a cache of documents – the so-called Panama Papers – detailing the tax affairs of thousands of individuals worldwide.

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Revealed: David Cameron Intervened in EU Crackdown on Tax Havens

Cameron, who also admitted personal ties to late father's offshore trust, sent letter in 2013 urging European Council to give trusts special treatment


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