Will Cameron’s Tax Spat Sway Vote For ‘Brexit’?
David Cameron found a silver lining to the clouds that have gathered over his tax affairs in the past week -- a brief outbreak of unity in his Conservative Party. For months, the prime minister has found his principal opposition sitting behind him, with more than 100 Conservative members of Parliament signed up to the campaign to get Britain out of the European Union. There are still 10 weeks to go to the referendum and it’s unclear how the tax spat has played out with voters as a whole, but with Cameron leading the fight to stay in, anything that damages him increases the chance of a so-called Brexit. Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi European Head of Global Markets Research Derek Halpenny discusses with Bloomberg’s Manus Cranny on “Countdown.”