David Cameron ‘faces investigation into possible lobbying law breach’

Lobbying registrar to look at ex-prime minister’s work on behalf of Greensill Capital, according to reports

A formal investigation has been launched into whether David Cameron breached lobbying laws through his work on behalf of Greensill Capital, according to reports.

However, the Guardian understands the former prime minister will say he was acting as an employee for the firm. According to guidance by the Register of Consultant Lobbyists, people who lobby on behalf of their own organisation do not need to declare themselves on the register.

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