The PM and the Panama Papers: was David Cameron's offshore fund criticism fair?
The furore over David Cameron's investment fund shares offers useful lessons for those that question why such funds are traditionally set up offshore
As we saw last week in the House of Commons, David Cameron is quite capable of defending himself over his ownership of shares in an investment fund before he became Prime Minister, and so this article is certainly not intending to act as cheerleader or critic of the points he made.
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