‘Privileged few’ have disproportionate access to top government figures, Greensill lobbying report finds

by The Independent

The Independent— Finance boss had ‘sometimes extraordinarily privileged’ relationship with government

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BBC News—Greensill had extraordinarily privileged access to government, says inquiry. Financier Lex Greensill used his government role as a "marketing platform" for his firm, a report says.

the Guardian—Lex Greensill given ‘extraordinarily privileged’ No 10 access, inquiry finds. Report criticises David Cameron and Jeremy Heywood and says lobbying process is insufficiently transparent The businessman Lex Greensill was given “extraordinarily privileged” access to Downing Street while the government’s process for managing lobbying is insufficiently transparent and allows access to a “privileged few”, a report into the Greensill lobbying scandal commissioned by the prime minister has concluded. The former prime minister David Cameron and the late cabinet secretary Jeremy...