Panama Papers: David Cameron says he has nothing to hide

  • David Cameron, the British prime minister, said in an interview that he and his wife had made profits from the shares they had in a Panamanian-based trust. As per media reports, Cameron said the trust was set up by his late father. Commenting that he had nothing to hide, Cameron said they he and his wife had 5,000 shares of Blairmore Investment Trust. They sold the shares in 2010 for $42,200.