01 December 2009

Transparency, integrity, trust

You couldn't make it up. The Guardian reports:
Zac Goldsmith, the Tory candidate for Richmond, and one of David Cameron's closest advisers on the environment, insisted yesterday he would not be corrupted by power, and said politics had to enter a new era of transparency and integrity to regain trust, including on green taxes.

That would be the Zac Goldsmith who, we recently discovered, is a "non-dom" for tax purposes

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Yes, the Zac whose web-site proudly states that “Zac grew up in Richmond and went to school in Richmond. He has lived in Richmond most of his life.” That Zac, the non-dom.