Monday, April 11, 2016

Calls For Cameron's Resignation #Brexit #Cameron

David Cameron, an strong advocate of raising taxes and closing loopholes, is under fire for linkage to his father's offshore tax havens. Many Britons are asking if hypocrisy drove Iceland's Prime Minister to resign, why is Cameron's still in office? Does the importance of June's Brexit vote buy Cameron time or will the calls for his resignation grow even louder over time?

Headline: Thousands march on No10 calling for Cameron to quit over tax revelations

Thousands of protesters have marched on Downing Street calling for David Cameron to quit in the wake of revelations about his tax affairs. The embattled Prime Minister was accused of 'hypocrisy' after he finally admitted profiting from more than £30,000 in an offshore tax haven. After days of pressure, Mr Cameron acknowledged he had benefited from a controversial fund set up by his late father Ian. In the wake of that extraordinary interview, thousands lined Whitehall today urging Mr Cameron to 'go now'.



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