David Cameron - My Fake Diary
Tuesday, 3 April 2012
This was on the web today: Found guilty of Cash for Access row by sleaze watchdog Sir Philip Mawer, ruled that David Cameron and his MPs are guilty of widespread abuse by using House of Commons and Lords dining rooms to raise cash for party funds to fight marginal seats.
Parliamentary dinners with Cameron and other MPs were offered in exchange for hefty donations to Tory Party funds - clearly against anti-sleaze rules. Cameron and other Tories flouted Palace of Westminster rules over 'cash for access' dinners, the Parliamentary watch-dog also rebuked them for producing leaflets which advertised regular meetings in Cameron's Commons office in exchange for a political donation of £50,000 a year!
Cheeky git's, who is the mole telling them?
Still, at least the didn't mention pasties, VAT or us wanting a fuel strike!
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