Claims of ‘bleaching’ after Greensell review finds no need for reformist pressure | News
Boris Johnson has been accused of orchestrating a ‘acquittal’ over the Grensell lobby scandal after an official review defended David Cameron’s actions despite discovering that Lex Grensell had an ‘exceptional privilege’ of access to ministers.
Nigel Boardman, an attorney, said the pressure was “vital to the proper functioning of democracy” as he revealed that Greensell Capital employees contacted nine different departments in an effort to sell the company’s supply chain financing products to the government before the company collapsed this year. .
In his review, Boardman reserved only light criticism for these Involved in the pressure scandal, saying Cameron “could have been clearer” about his work for Greensell, an Australian financier. Labor said the report was “a classic Boris Johnson cover-up”.