Cameron has published his tax returns on the background of offshore scandal

The Prime Minister of great Britain David Cameron has published his tax returns amid scandal erupted with the “Panamanian documents” mentioning the name of his deceased father, Reuters reported.

According to the published reports, which cover a six-year period, it follows that Cameron had paid taxes of £75898 ($107198) on revenue of £200307 in the 2014-2015 fiscal year — the last of the data that has been published.

From the Declaration follows that £140522 of his income is the salary, another £9834 — paid expenses, and rents from its 50% share in the family home in London (£46899) and interest from savings (£3052).

According to Reuters, Cameron published his tax returns to put an end to the questions surrounding his personal finances, which began to rise after the publication of the investigation by the International consortium of investigative journalist (ICIJ) and the Center for the study of corruption and organized crime (OCCRP), known as “the Panama document”. In it, in particular, mentioned the name of the deceased father of the British Prime Minister — Ian Cameron — who was caught in possession of an offshore company.

Earlier this week, Cameron admitted that he had a share in an offshore company of his father. However, according to him, he sold it even before he became Prime Minister.

Yesterday in London was held to protest with the requirement of resignation of Cameron as Prime Minister.