Cameron 'tottering' in Panama Papers row

Accused of hiding involvement

(ANSA) - Rome, April 8 - British Prime Minister David Cameron has been left "tottering" by a row over shares he had in his late father's offshore tax haven revealed in the Panama Papers, British dailies said Friday.
    From the pro-government Daily Telegraph to the progressive Guardian, Cameron is accused of keeping mum till Thursday about the profits from an offshore company set up by Ian Cameron, with several dailies accusing him of "hypocrisy".
    The tabloid Daily Mirror stresses the mounting calls for Cameron to resign from opposition Labour MPs.


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