The Prime minister of UK, David Cameron appeared at the House of Commons yesterday to defend claims of connections with tax avoidance.
The Panama Papers leak in which his father, Ian Cameron’s name was mentioned promoted allegations that Cameron owned shares in Blairmore holdings.
Although he initially refused to comment on the allegations, the Prime Minister has since published a summary of his tax returns and revealed he sold his shares in Blairmore holding before being elected.
Perhaps the most colorful part of his house of his appearance at parliament was when a Member of Parliament from the Labour Party lashed out at him and tagged him “Dodgy Dave”.
The MP who refused to withdraw his statement was subsequently ordered out of the Parliamentary session.