Dear Her Majesty's Treasury,
Please can you advise if it is correct that Mel Stride is part of there Treasury Select committee review into collapse of Greensill.
The reason I ask is that David Cameron brought Mel into UK politics and I believe that any review would be compromised with Mel Stride recent links to Treasury and also his political ties to both David Cameron and Jesse Norman.
Any review should be done away from a committee that has both recent and historical links,
Please can you provide confirmation that Mel Stride has not being in contact with David Cameron since Greensill collapse
Our ref: FOI2021/12497
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