Monday, March 26, 2012
David Cameron has said he has held three dinners with "significant" donors at Downing Street, as he announces details of an investigation into a damaging cash-for-access row.
The Prime Minister e insisted he had never had dinner with anyone proposed by Peter Cruddas, the former Conservative fundraiser forced to resign after being recorded offering meetings with Mr Cameron in return for donations.
"None of these dinners were fundraising dinners and none of these dinners were paid for by the taxpayer," he said. Read More