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Osborne to earn £650,000 a year advising US financial firm

Published on Wednesday 8th of March 2017 08:31:00 PM in BBC

Former Chancellor George Osborne is to be paid £650,000 a year for advising the US fund manager Blackrock.In an updated entry in the Commons register of interests, he disclosed that he would be paid £162,500 each quarter and would work 48 days a year.He has already ...

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