A few things Cameron might like to expand upon while he tries to adopt the higher moral ground – Thanks Dave!
Work by Dr Nick Draper from University College London
£20m paid out in ‘compensation’
40% of the Treasury spending – worth £16.5bn today
General Sir James Duff
Awarded £4,101 – worth £3m today
Blairemore Holdings Inc
The value of the fund increased by 8.5% in 3 years
Carroll Foundation Trust & Carroll Maryland Trust
Smith Williamson Holdings Ltd
Panama City, Geneva, The Cayman Islands, Gibraltar and Nassau Bahamas
Aberdeenshire home valued at £25m
The prospectus for Blairemore Holdings Inc – “The affairs of the fund should be managed and conducted so that it does not become resident in the United Kingdom for UK taxation purposes.”
Blairmore Holdings were certainly keen to convince investors that the business would be beyond the reach of Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs.
On his father’s death in October 2010, David Cameron inherited £300,000 in cash – just below the inheritance tax threshold at that time
The extent of Ian Cameron’s offshore investments is unanswered by the will.