PM comes clean over dinner dates: Cameron forced to disclose £25million donors he wined and dinedAt least 15 donors who gave £25m had lunches at Downing St and ChequersNames released after No 10 insisted information was not recorded or private By James Chapman for the Daily Mail and Tim Shipman and Jason Groves for the Daily Mail Published: 00:08 GMT, 27 March 2012 | Updated: 16:26 GMT, 3 May 2012 e-mail 201 View David Cameron was last night forced to admit wining and dining at least 15 donors who have handed the Tories £25million in a series of secret lunches and dinners at Downing Street and Chequers.In a day of confusion and obfuscation over the ‘cash for access’ scandal, No 10 reluctantly issued the names of multi-millionaire supporters entertained in his flat – hours after insisting the information was ‘private’.Then, last night, it published another list of donors who had enjoyed Mr Cameron’s hospitality at Chequers, his official country residence, having insisted all day that such information was not recorded. Turmoil: David Cameron has been forced to admit entertaining at least 15 donors at secret lunches at Downing Street and Chequers after Tory party treasurer Peter Cruddas (left) triggered a… Read full this story
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