File photograph shows Britain's Prime Minister, David Cameron, arriving to address the Conservative Spring Forum in central London, Britain April 9, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall/Files
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British Prime Minister David Cameron took the unusual step Sunday of publishing his tax records to try to end days of questions about his personal wealth caused by the mention of his late father's offshore fund in the Panama Papers.After saying on Saturday that he could have handled the fallout from the Panama disclosures better, Cameron released normally confidential details of his tax records for the past six years.Opposition Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has accused Cameron of misleading the public by issuing what he described as four "weasel-worded" statements in as many days before finally admitting that he had benefited from his father's fund.The documents disclosed by Downing Street on Sunday, from RNS Chartered Accountants, show Cameron paid tax of 75,898 pounds on income of 200,307 pounds in the 2014-2015 financial year, the most recent one included.
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