Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks at the British Chambers of Commerce annual meeting in central London February 10, 2015. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth
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British opposition leader Ed Miliband Wednesday accused Prime Minister David Cameron of being "dodgy" after media reports named seven Conservative Party donors who held HSBC accounts in Switzerland.Miliband chastised Cameron for appointing the London-based bank's former chief executive and chairman Stephen Green as a trade minister in a fierce exchange over the HSBC leaked files scandal during a debate session in parliament.Cameron stressed that the Labour party was in power at the time the HSBC scandal first surfaced in 2007 and said they too had worked closely with Green.
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