David Cameron breaks 30-day silence over lobbying for Greensill

Ex-PM says he acted within rules but admits there are ‘important lessons’ to be learned

David Cameron has broken his 30-day silence over lobbying ministers on behalf of the scandal-hit company Greensill Capital, accepting he should have acted differently and used only “the most formal channels”.

Cameron, who was first contacted by the Financial Times in early March, said he had reflected on his conduct and that “important lessons” would be learned. The first formal request for comment was submitted to his office on 12 March and Cameron had since ignored all requests from national media.

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