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David Cameron showed ‘significant lack of judgment’ on Greensill, inquiry finds

Commons finds ex-PM did not break lobbying rules by bombarding ministers with messages – but only because rules are too weak

David Cameron’s intensive text message lobbying of ministers and high-ranking civil servants on behalf of Greensill Capital showed a “significant lack of judgment”, an official parliamentary inquiry has found.

The Treasury select committee said it was inappropriate of the ex-prime minister to send 62 messages to former colleagues pleading for them to help the bank, in which Cameron held a “very significant personal economic interest”.

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