(London Mirror) Thousands of people descended on Downing Street today to protest against David Cameron after he admitted his part in the Panama Papers scandal.
The Prime Minister's father, Ian Cameron, was revealed to have owned an offshore account after the details of clients were uncovered in history's biggest leak.
The fund was set up in Panama to avoid paying UK corporation and capital gains tax.
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Today, Cameron addressed the scandal, admitting that it hasn't been a 'great' week and he should have handled the situation better.
Speaking at the Conservative Party spring forum, he said: "I know there are lessons to be learned and I shall learn them."
He added that the controversy was the fault of nobody else but himself, saying 'blame me'.