Sam Coates, Deputy Political Editor
May 10 2017, 12:01am, The Times
One of David Cameron’s top aides gave secret advice to the campaign for the French president-elect Emmanuel Macron, leaked emails have revealed.
Ameet Gill, the former director of strategic communications at No 10, charged €18,600 (£15,600) for polling and “advisory services”.
The information emerged in a cache of leaked documents which were published after a hack on Friday night. It included email correspondence and an invoice from Hanbury Strategy, the company set up by Mr Gill and Paul Stevenson, another former Tory special adviser who was director of communications at Vote Leave.
Mr Gill is close to George Osborne, the former chancellor, who formed a bond with Mr Macron when the pair were both finance ministers in the G7. The correspondence includes an email from…
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