Indian reward for Kingfisher

Published:  28 July, 2010

MUMBAI: Business chiefs who backed the Conservatives in the election were rewarded with places on David Cameron's mission to India this week.

The Prime Minister's travelling party includes Kingfisher chief executive, Ian Cheshire who, along with other business leaders backed Conservative party tax policy during the election campaign. David Cameron made several appearances at B&Q stores during his campaign.

David Cameron's trip to promote jobs and trade for British firms in India is the largest British delegation since 1947 to officially tour India.

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