This is a copy of letter addressed to MP Sir Henry Bellingham: On April 13 there was a vote in the House of Commons for a public inquiry into the Panama scandal.
As we all know it took the Prime Minister a week and several official statements before he finally admitted his family’s involvement in offshore accounts, surely an open inquiry would have been beneficial?
Page 11 of the Tory manifesto states, ‘We will continue to lead the world on tax and transparency’ and yet you, along with 299 others voted against such an inquiry.
Could you explain to me why you thought it would be better not to have an inquiry?
Brad Fitt, Titchwell