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Yes, it really is easy to see why David Cameron was so keen to abandon politics, having spent the last six years ensuring the gratitude of his corporate friends.

For a list of further lucrative possibilities for Mr Cameron, visit the original article (link at the bottom of the quoted excerpt).

Isn’t it interesting that nobody seems to be interested in investigating how many changes initiated by Cameron’s government actually helped the UK, and how many helped him and his friends?

Back in 2013 David Cameron’s Tory party oversaw the sale of our NHS blood plasma supply unit to a vampire capitalist group called Bain Capital (which was founded by the 2012 Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney).

Fast-forward three years and Bain Capital have already handed David Cameron a lucrative speaking gig at one of their events just weeks after he quit politics after his Brexit gamble went so spectacularly wrong. Thanks to the extraordinarily lax rules covering financial rewards to former politicians it’s not clear how much Cameron is going to be paid for his speaking gig, but given that that the former foreign secretary William Hague is expecting to make some £4 million per year on the speaking circuit at £50,000 – £100,000 per appearance, Cameron’s speaking fees are unlikely to be less than six figures.

It’s no wonder Cameron was so keen to abandon politics when there are such rich pickings to be had from the companies his government handed favours to during his time as Prime Minister.

Source: David Cameron’s speaking gig with Bain Capital

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