Now if he had admitted his involvement with Blairmore on Monday, we might have accepted it. But, in the light of the prevarication over four days, we are bound to ask if there is anything else that he is not telling us.What Cameron said when:
For the record, I have investments in stocks and shares. These are held in accounts at the distinctly unexotic Bank of Scotland and SAGA. With the exception of an investment ISA (which is tax-free), these accounts are subject to tax in the usual way, but I have never earned enough to exceed the tax-free allowances of £11,100 per year in capital gains and £5,000 per year in dividends. I have never had anything to do with offshore accounts, trusts or funds in any way.