David Cameron pictured for first time since £7.2m Greensill windfall

Fore (tune)! David Cameron plays golf near his home in Cornwall as he’s photographed in public for the first time since he ‘made £7.2mfrom Greensill Capital before it went bust

  • David Cameron spotted on St Enodoc golf course near his £2m Cornish home
  • The former Prime Minister, 54, was seen in public for the first time since making a reported £7.2million windfall from financial services firm Greensill Capital
  • Onlookers said he appeared ‘distantand ‘in a world of his ownduring his round
  • After more sensational revelations in the Greensill saga, it’s no surprise that 데이비드 카메론 was knocked a bit off course last week.

    The former Prime Minister was clearly experiencing the rough side of life as he was photographed in public for the first time since it was reported he made an astonishing £7.2million before the controversial finance firm went bust.

    Mr Cameron, 54, was spotted on the coastal St Enodoc course, close to his £2million holiday home in Cornwall.

    데이비드 카메론, 54, was spotted on the coastal St Enodoc course, close to his £2million holiday home in Cornwall

    데이비드 카메론, 54, was spotted on the coastal St Enodoc course, close to his £2million holiday home in Cornwall

    The former Prime Minister was clearly experiencing the rough side of life as he was photographed in public for the first time since it was reported he made an astonishing £7.2million before the controversial finance firm went bust

    The former Prime Minister was clearly experiencing the rough side of life as he was photographed in public for the first time since it was reported he made an astonishing £7.2million before the controversial finance firm went bust

    운수 나쁘게, the round didn’t go entirely to plan – at one point he hit a wayward shot into the long grass and had to rescue the situation with the help of his wedge.

    Onlookers said he appeared ‘distant’ as his reputation languishes due to his association with shamed financier Lex Greensill.

    One friend told The Mail on Sunday: ‘He was having a good round but looked worn out from the hilly course.

    ‘He also seemed a bit distant from the people he was playing with, not really interacting. He was in a world of his own.

    ‘It was a bit like he had the weight of the world on his shoulders.’

    Onlookers said he appeared ‘distant’ and in 'a world of his own,' as his reputation languishes due to his association with shamed financier Lex Greensill

    Onlookers said he appeared ‘distant’ and in ‘a world of his own,’ as his reputation languishes due to his association with shamed financier Lex Greensill

    Mr Cameron bought his Cornish bolthole in 2017 – the year before taking on his controversial part-time advisory role with Greensill.

    He took to the golf course after last week’s BBC Panorama programme reported that over a two and-a-half-year period, he made an eye-watering $10million before tax in shares, salary and a bonus from the finance firm.

    Mr Cameron has disputed the figure but refuses to say how much he was paid other than it was ‘far more’ than his salary as Prime Minister, which was about £150,000.

    During his time at Greensill, he sent 56 texts and emails to civil servants and Ministers, including Chancellor Rishi Sunak, pleading for the firm to get Government-backed Covid loans.

    Greensill collapsed in March, costing 480 jobs and putting thousands of others in the steel sector at risk.

    No doubt Mr Cameron, who has been cleared of any wrongdoing, will be hoping to putt his troubles behind him soon – or heading back to his bunker.

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