David Cameron will be grilled by MPs next week over the Greensill lobbying row

David Cameron will be grilled by MPs next week over the Greensill lobbying row Finance boss Lex Greensill to appear before the Treasury committee on Tuesday Paid advisor David Cameron urged Rishi Sunak to lend millions to Greensill firm Company subsequently filed for insolvency, threatening thousands of UK jobs  By Daily Mail Reporter Published: 22:00 … Read more

Bills to wind down Greensill Capital estimated at more than £30m

Bills for administrators and lawyers to wind down Greensill Capital’s UK business estimated to come in at more than £30m in first year alone By Daily Mail City & Finance Reporter Published: 22:03 BST, 7 May 2021 | Updated: 22:03 BST, 7 May 2021 The bills for administrators and lawyers to wind down Greensill Capital’s … Read more

UK steel town Stocksbridge at heart of the Gupta – Greensill crisis

Workers at Britain’s most advanced steelworks are hoping against hope that owner Sanjeev Gupta can keep their site going as he battles to obtain funding after the collapse of lender Greensill Capital. The future of the giant plant in Stocksbridge, in South Yorkshire – which makes specialist steel for use in aviation, aerospace, defence and … Read more

Greensill still touting David Cameron four months before collapse

Davis Cameron’s name used to promote disgraced financier Lex Greensill’s company to the NHS just four months before its collapse By Emma Dunkley, Financial Mail On Sunday Published: 21:50 BST, 24 April 2021 | Updated: 21:50 BST, 24 April 2021 Davis Cameron’s name was being used to promote disgraced financier Lex Greensill’s company to the … Read more

Gupta’s Liberty Steel received grants even after Greensill probe

Gupta’s Liberty Steel received grants even after Greensill came under investigation Money given after the Treasury launched a probe into Greensill on October 9 The Welsh Government gave Liberty’s Newport plant a £132,000 grant  While the Tredegar plant was given £49,000 to save 49 jobs  By Helen Cahill For The Mail On Sunday Published: 22:31 BST, … Read more

ANOTHER Cabinet Office adviser appointed by David Cameron worked for Greensill

The lobbying row escalated again today as it emerged another Cabinet Office adviser appointed by David Cameron was working for Greensill. David Brierwood combined a role as a crown representative in the Cabinet Office with being a director at Greensill for three and a half years. The Cabinet Office stressed Mr Brierwood’s role was nothing … Read more

David Cameron prepared to give evidence to Greensill scandal probe

David Cameron has suggested he will give evidence to a parliamentary inquiry into the Greensill lobbying storm. A spokesman for the former prime minister said he will ‘respond positively’ to any request from MPs. He said: ‘David Cameron will respond positively to all such requests when the terms of reference of each inquiry are made … Read more

David Cameron Greensill lobbying row: Labour accuses Rishi Sunak of ‘running scared’

Labour accuses Rishi Sunak of ‘running scared’ over David Cameron Greensill lobbying row after he dodges grilling in the House of Commons as Government sends junior minister to answer questions Shadow chancellor Anneliese Dodds was granted urgent question on the issue She wanted to get answers from Chancellor Rishi Sunak but he failed to attend … Read more

Labour accuses Rishi Sunak of ‘running scared’ over Greensill row

Labour accuses Rishi Sunak of ‘running scared’ over David Cameron Greensill lobbying row after he dodges grilling in the House of Commons as Government sends junior minister to answer questions Shadow chancellor Anneliese Dodds was granted urgent question on the issue She wanted to get answers from Chancellor Rishi Sunak but he failed to attend … Read more

Boris Johnson: David Cameron Greensill lobbying investigation has ‘carte blanche’ to ask anything

Boris Johnson today said there are questions that need to be ‘satisfied’ over the David Cameron Greensill lobbying row as he insisted an independent probe will be given ‘carte blanche’ to ask anybody anything.  The Prime Minister said he wants a review led by Nigel Boardman to be ‘done quickly’, with the legal expert to … Read more