Before becoming Prime Minister Grant Schnapps apparently run a company (now transferred to his wife) that marketed scraping and spinning software. TrafficPaymaster (the software) promised people £20k in 20 days or their money back. The thieving merchant banker! Surely he should be thrown out of government!
The Guardian has also outed him as the author (under a pen name) of a 34-page e-book on how to "bounce back from the recession", which is stuffed full of plugs for his software and other affiliate products.
It really does not surprise me.
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