David Cameron warned over ‘corrupt’ £2bn Saudi deal
Former army officer asks prime minister to help end bribery in defence salesBy Frederika Whitehead | 29 May 2012 | 1 Related piece
Since declaring the company’s bribery and corrupt practices, I have been dismissed from my appointment with GPT as programme director
Ian Foxley, former programme director, Sangcom project
UK prime minister David Cameron was alerted to bombshell bribery allegations over a £2 billion defence deal with Saudi Arabia.
Exaro can reveal that a former lieutenant-colonel in the British army sent a detailed briefing on the case to the prime minister, and appealed for his support in stopping alleged corruption in defence exports.