David Cameron embarrassed over bribery scandal during Indian trade trip - Telegraph Like a slithering snake, he apologises for the Westland Bribes Scandal, which hasn't been proved. Now he wants to share our expertise in cyber security to protect British information like NHS personal data, bank data etc. held on Indian data farms. point being if you contract data harvesting abroad surely one should ensure that the centres holding data were at least "hackproof". Amongst the trade delegation is a member from the British Museum, perhaps the Indian Government want to lay claim to the Elgin Marbles before Greeks claim them.