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Serenity posted..

I'm not as clued up as everyone else on this subject but I personally do feel that David Cameron has not avoided paying tax, that is true, and as such has not done anything legally wrong. But by his Dad putting this money in the Blair account in the first place to avoid paying tax to this country, is in my eyes morally wrong, And then for David Cameron to have since benefited by receiving the profit made even though he paid taxes is still morally wrong.

As a prime minister you should try wherever possible to lead by examples and to give examples that you hope people will follow, Does he want people to follow his dads example. I don't think so. This scandal from beginning to end has not been a great example to give to the country.

It would probably have been better for David Cameron if just before he became prime minister and knowing the history behind the account he had given the money to charity.

Whilst what he did was not illegal it was definitely not morally right.

I'm sorry Oliver I know he's the leader of your party but unfortunately on this occasion I don't see David Cameron as being totally transparent on this one.