Downing Street have accused the media of fuelling the “frenzy over tax” surrounding the prime minister’s financial affairs.
Source: William Hague: Don’t judge politicians solely on their finances – BBC News
George Osborne, Jeremy Corbyn and Boris Johnson are the latest senior politicians to publish their tax returns as David Cameron defends the right to “make money lawfully”.
Source: Osborne, Corbyn and Johnson all publish latest tax records – BBC News
Cameron’s initial reluctance to admit that he had benefited from the fund caused a furore, compounding his problems when he faces a huge political fight to persuade Britons to vote to stay in the European Union in a June 23 referendum.
Source: Cameron releases tax records to calm Panama Papers storm | Reuters
David Cameron’s mother gave him a £200,000 gift after his father’s death, according to figures contained in a summary of his tax submissions for the past six years.
Source: David Cameron’s mother gave PM £200,000 gift – BBC News