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Why did PM get home loan days before the vote? Cameron and his wife signed HSBC mortgage at the height of the EU campaign

SWITZERLAND-WEF-DAVOS-CAMERON...British leader of the Conservative Party David Cameron,listens during a session with Israeli Likud leader Benjamin Netanyahu in Davos on January 29, 2009 on the second day of the World Economic Forum. Netanyahu, who is tipped to become Israel's prime minister in an election next month, accused Hamas on Thursday of pursuing its "terror efforts" despite a ceasefire in the Gaza war.    AFP PHOTO PIERRE VERDY (Photo credit should read PIERRE VERDY/AFP/Getty Images)


  • Couple signed mortgage for Notting Hill home eight days before the vote
  • Mortgage taken out same day as Osborne’s Brexit budget announcement
  • Raises questions over whether Cameron already knew the vote was lost 

David and Samantha Cameron took out a new mortgage just before the EU referendum.

They signed a home loan arrangement with HSBC on June 15 – eight days before polling day.

It raises the question of whether the Prime Minister knew the game was up well ahead of his emotional resignation speech in Downing Street.

The Camerons will vacate No 10 within three months, after a successor is chosen.

But the Mail can reveal planning over their living arrangements appears to have been in train at the height of the EU campaign.


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