David Cameron ‘has not broken any rules’ in Greensil scandal, says Environment Secretary

The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “David Cameron ‘has not broken any rules’ in Greensil scandal, says Environment Secretary” – below is their description.

George Eustice defended his former boss David Cameron, arguing that former ministers cannot be “begrudged” taking up new posts following a two-year period after leaving Government.

The Environment Secretary, who was Mr Cameron’s press secretary when he was leader of the opposition, told the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show: “I think the key thing is that he has not broken any of the rules.”

Read more on the Greensil scandal here: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2021/04/17/credit-suisse-facing-billions-dollars-claims-greensill-class/

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