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Ousted Mubarak’s son runs up provocative bill partying in London over weekend
Ousted Mubarak’s son runs up provocative bill partying in London over weekend
Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron was reportedly under pressure to freeze £5billion of assets stashed away in the UK by the ousted Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.
Tuesday, February 15,2011 21:51
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Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron was reportedly under pressure to freeze £5billion of assets stashed away in the UK by the ousted Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.

According to sources Mubarak and his family have amassed a fortune of £43.5billion. On Friday the Swiss government had confirmed it had frozen all cash hoarded there by Mubarak and his henchmen. This in turn led to demands that PM Cameron do the same.

Mark Malloch Brown Former Labour Foreign Office minister accused the Government of not being loud enough in its condemnation of the ousted Mubarak.

He fully supported the idea that Britain freeze all assets linked to the corrupt regime, following reports that Mub­arak’s son Gamal was partying at London’s nightclub Tramp last weekend running up an overwhelming £16,000 champagne bill.

tags: Mubarak / Mubarak Regime / NDP / Corruption / Gamal Mubarak / Egyptian People / Poverty / Egyptian Protestors / Egyptian Protests / Tahrir Square / Pro-Mubarak / David Cameron /
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