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Campaign: remove covert corporate influence from political life – 2: David Hencke

October 30th, 2012 

david henckeDavid Hencke spent time in the Parliamentary lobby as Westminster Correspondent  covering Whitehall & Westminster, winning three awards for investigations. The most serious was the ”cash for questions” scandal which led to the bankruptcy of Ian Greer Associates, one of the country’s biggest lobbying companies and the resignations of two junior ministers, Neil Hamilton and Tim Smith, who have since left politics.

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