Cameron and Osborne have fleeced us all – and are talking about it on the after-dinner circuit

The last laugh: David Cameron and George Osborne failed the UK bitterly – but succeeded in making a fortune for themselves.

This Writer agrees with Jeremy Corbyn: “The Tories have spent 6 years lining the pockets of their friends & as soon as they can they line their own pockets.”

Also, isn’t it interesting that George Osborne’s speech is at an event by HSBC – the bank of tax avoidance – while David Cameron’s is at an event by PwC – the accountants of tax avoidance?

David Cameron and George Osborne are being paid tens of thousands of pounds each to make speeches for leading financial institutions at the World Economic Forum.

The former Prime Minister and Chancellor, who this time last year were leading figures at the forum, will this year only attend the fringes of the event held in Davos, including a number of parties and private dinners.

Mr Cameron is to give a speech at a dinner held by accounting firm PwC, while Mr Osborne will appear at an HSBC event for 20 clients.

The fees charged by them are understood to be “in the high five figures”, plus travel and accommodation expenses.

Source: David Cameron and George Osborne cash in with big-money Davos visit

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  1. jeffrey davies January 18, 2017 at 2:30 pm - Reply

    trouble is we got the austerity bit death abuse by dwp jcp and the councils has they now lap up the gravy oh yes being blue hmmm has tony bloody blair found out change your party to little tory tell porkies change his religion from church of e to the roman one got him millions in his service to the richest in society oh they taking the p/// but the peasants havent shown them they want no more from their cruel they give out

  2. Rupert Mitchell (@rupert_rrl) January 18, 2017 at 5:23 pm - Reply

    I am amazed to read that there are so many ready to pay ridiculous figures to hear speeches on how to ruin a country for their own sakes.; humanity at its lowest!

    • Justin January 22, 2017 at 4:41 am - Reply

      not really there always someone gullible or stupid enough to listen to them, it is even better when the gullible and stupid enough to listen to them are then paying them even bigger amounts of mine to listen to a load of twaddle,something that they are both used to doing over the years and are now get paid better for doing it, have to give it to them being useless pays

  3. Christine Cullen January 18, 2017 at 5:51 pm - Reply


  4. PJB January 19, 2017 at 12:18 am - Reply

    How or why do companies allow two failed ex PM who made a big hash of the country and a failed ex chancellor, speak to thier staff?

  5. lawrencesroberts January 19, 2017 at 1:44 am - Reply

    This is Embezzlement and deserves Jailtime..

    • Mike Sivier January 19, 2017 at 12:19 pm - Reply

      No it isn’t. Everything they did in Parliament was legal, and they are well within their rights to earn money in an legal way they desire, now.
      I’m afraid it’s what the British people chose when they elected people like Cameron and Osborne into high office. Perhaps we should all think a little more carefully about it next time.

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