David Cameron is reportedly being investigated for the second time this yr by the lobbying regulator over whether or not he ought to have registered as a advisor lobbyist.
The Workplace of the Registrar of Guide Lobbyists is investigating the previous Prime Minister “in relation to potential unregistered advisor lobbying”, in accordance with the Monetary Occasions.
A proper inquiry is alleged to have begun round August 2.
Cameron has come underneath strain in current months after it was revealed that he contacted ministers and senior officers repeatedly over entry for now-collapsed provide chain finance agency Greensill Capital, to the federal government’s pandemic funding schemes throughout a four-month interval in 2020.
A parliamentary committee stated in July that he had proven a “lack of judgement” in utilizing private contacts and casual channels to foyer for the agency.
The most recent investigation reportedly started following stories earlier this yr that Cameron had lobbied the then well being secretary, Matt Hancock, and the then vaccines minister, Nadhim Zahawi, on behalf of US biotech firm Illumina.
The workplace of the registrar was contacted by The Each day Telegraph for remark.