Well done for your continued exposure of David Cameron’s dubious links with Greensill (News, last week), but the real issue here is how the opportunity for this kind of thing may be corruptly influencing the decisions of the present cabinet.
One wonders why so many of them are doing favours for private sector firms. Is it really because they think they offer the taxpayer the best value for money? Is it to reward and attract donations, in itself reprehensible? Or are they mainly just looking after their future earning potential?
Adrian Cosker, Hitchin, Hertfordshire
David Cameron is under scrutiny over his links to Lex Greensill
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Calling a Dave a knave
Five years ago the far-seeing Dennis Skinner was expelled from a sitting in the House of Commons by the Speaker for calling David Cameron