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30,000£ ? Cameron £2 in offshore accounts.

On 19 Apr 2016 at 5:58pm Zero Hours Contract wrote:
Cameron was of course facing calls for his resignation as a result of the £30,000 offshore trust in the Bahamas. The real scandal, the Wayne Marsden Report is told by authoritative sources inside the Conservative Party and MI-6 is that Cameron has siphoned into offshore accounts more than £2 million.

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On 19 Apr 2016 at 7:03pm Hyena wrote:
Not two quid then?
On 19 Apr 2016 at 7:55pm £oada Bo££ox wrote:
from another I££iteratus. or is that an inumeratus?
On 20 Apr 2016 at 1:14am just askin' like wrote:
, Can I just politely ask, what is going through the minds of those of you that down-vote the OP?
There’s only two reasons behind that I can think of - a tacit support for Cameron’s right to not pay taxes and then lie to the public about it, or it represents the sneer of the convicted criminal being led away from the dock.
Having thought about it, there could be a third reason – just an Us vs Them thing; down voting anything perceived to be critical of the Tories. I can’t believe there’s anybody left in the world with such a rabid and intransigent stance, especially when/if an issue goes beyond politics, as in this instant it does.
It would be nice if someone could post a reasoned opposing or alternative view, I’d really like to not think Tories have an inherent criminal streak, but its looking increasingly the case.

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