Hague: Churchill's finances harder to defend than Cameron's
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Lord Hague calls for 'maturity' in leaders' tax debate

Former Foreign Secretary Lord Hague has called for maturity in the debate on the financial affairs of politicians.

Speaking on the Today programme, he said that the personal circumstances of leaders were "not necessarily a good guide" to their ability to do their job.

His comments come after Mr Cameron and other leading politicians published their tax returns following revelations in the Panama papers.

  • 12 Apr 2016