Panama Papers: Family Investments Are 'Private Matter', Says Cameron's Spokesperson

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Panama Papers: Family Investments Are 'Private Matter', Says Cameron's Spokesperson

Cameron's late father, Ian Cameron, was among hundreds of thousands clients named in Panama Papers leak.

British Prime Minister David Cameron's spokeswoman declined to comment on Monday on whether the leader's family had money invested in offshore funds set up by his father, saying it was a "private matter".

Cameron's late father, Ian Cameron, was among hundreds of thousands clients named in more than 11.5 million leaked documents from the files of a law firm based in the tax haven of Panama.

In 2012, British media reported that Cameron's father ran a network of offshore investment funds to help build the family fortune.

Asked whether she could confirm that no family money was still invested in those funds, Cameron's spokeswoman said: "That is a private matter, I am focused on what the government is doing."
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