David Cameron, as the UK Prime Minister likes to portray himself as a "man of the people", but he organises an elite Conservative dining club that illustrates that they are very rich people indeed. 'For £50,000 per year, members are promised regular dinners, lunches and drinks receptions with the Prime Minister and other senior Tory figures.' (Daily Mail, 13 November) It was revealed on the Tory Party website that there were 32 individuals who had attended leader group events from 1 July to the end of September and that they had contributed £17 million to the party since 2010. RD
Thursday, November 20, 2014
Friends In High Places
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