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David Cameron has published a list of party donors who attended dinners with him at 10 Downing Street following his party's 'cash for access' scandal.

The move comes after the Sunday Times published details of secret recordings in which former Tory co-treasurer Peter Cruddas told undercover reporters that they could secure private meetings with ministers - potentially to influence policy formation - if they donated more than £250,000 to the Conservative Party.

Cruddas resigned on Saturday in light of the report.

The Prime Minister has now pledged to publish a quarterly register of future meals at official residences with people who have donated more than £50,000 to the Tories.

He also called Cruddas's comments "completely unacceptable" and insisted there would be an internal party inquiry into funding.

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David Cameron publishes donor dinner list following cash for access scandal
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