UK minister says former PM Cameron did nothing wrong over Greensill

Reuters | London | Updated: 30-03-2021 12:18 IST | Created: 30-03-2021 11:55 IST
UK minister says former PM Cameron did nothing wrong over Greensill
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British Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng said former Prime Minister David Cameron did nothing wrong over Greensill Capital.

Kwarteng said there had been no problem with transparency over the issue and that Cameron had been largely exonerated.

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