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Tory boss 'offered PM meet for pounds 250k'.

The co-treasurer of the Conservative Party was last night accused of selling access to the Prime Minister for pounds 250,000.

Peter Cruddas was alleged to have offered meetings with David Cameron Editing of this page by unregistered or newly registered users is currently disabled due to vandalism.  and Chancellor George Osborne Os·borne   , John James 1929-1994.

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 for cash.

The Sunday Sunday: see Sabbath; week.  Times claimed they had footage of him apparently making the offer to undercover reporters.

The London-based moneyman was appointed Tory Tory (tô`rē), English political party. The term was originally applied to outlaws in Ireland and was adopted as a derogatory name for supporters of the duke of York (later James II) at the time (c.  co-treasurer in June 2011.

The party last night said they would launch an investigation.

The newspaper said the footage shows Cruddas discussing what access different sized donations would get.

He allegedly says: "Two hundred grand to 250 is Premier League... what you would get is, when we talk about your donations, the first thing we want to do is get you at the Cameron/Osborne dinners.

"You do really pick up a lot of information and when you see the Prime Minister, you're seeing David Cameron, not the Prime Minister.

"But within that room everything is confidential - you can ask him practically any question you want.

"If you're unhappy about something, we will listen to you and put it into the policy committee at number 10 - we feed all feedback to the policy committee."

A statement from the Tories said: "No donation was ever accepted or even formally considered by the Conservative Party.

"All donations to the Conservative Party have to comply with requirements of electoral law, and these are strictly enforced by our compliance department."

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Publication:Sunday Mail (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Mar 25, 2012
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