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Greensill: David Cameron will respond 'positively' to any request for evidence from lobbying inquiries
David Cameron will respond "positively" to any request to give evidence to inquiries into the Greensill affair, according to his spokesman.
Greensill row: Civil servants have until end of week to declare second jobs as concern grows
Senior civil servants have been told they have until the end of the week to declare any other jobs they hold outside government.
David Cameron lobbying row: MPs to launch inquiry into lessons learned from Greensill scandal
A committee of MPs is to launch an inquiry into the lessons learned from the Cameron-Greensill lobbying row.
Greensill controversy: Boris Johnson shares 'widespread concern' over lobbying row - as Labour claim 'return of Tory sleaze'
Boris Johnson has told MPs he shares "widespread concern" about the Greensill controversy - and questioned whether "boundaries" between top civil servants and businesses had been "properly understood".
DUP leader Arlene Foster tells court claims of affair with protection officer 'very distressing'
Northern Ireland's First Minister Arlene Foster has told a court that unfounded allegations of an extramarital affair with a close protection officer, tweeted by a celebrity doctor, were "very distressing" for her and her family.