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George Osborne to be paid £650,000 for working one day a week

Published on Wednesday 8th of March 2017 06:34:36 PM in Guardian

George Osborne has declared a salary of £650,000 a year for working just four days a month at BlackRock, the world’s biggest fund management firm, as well as almost £800,000 for speeches to financiers.The former chancellor’s earnings were revealed in the latest register of MPs’ interests, ...

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