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PM's 'morally repugnant' handling of finances under fire in poll

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A new poll suggests 44% of people think that Prime Minister David Cameron's handling of his finances has been "morally repugnant".

According to the ComRes poll for The Independent and Sunday Mirror 52% of those asked also believed Cameron has not been "honest and open" about his financial affairs.

The poll of 2,036 adults who were interviewed online on April 13 and 14 2016 follows the unprecedented step taken by the Prime Minister to publish details of his tax returns in the wake of the Panama Papers data leak.