David Cameron Answers Questions about Finances

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The so-called Panama Papers are making history in the United Kingdom. For the first time, politicians are releasing their tax returns — even though there is no legal requirement. Prime Minister David Cameron today told Parliament, "Since 2010, I've not owned any shares and any investments. The publication of a prime minister's tax information in this way is unprecedented, but I think it is the right thing to do." Mary Dejevsky is chief editorial writer for The Independent.




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