Monday, 26 March 2012

PM access. £50k ono

While senior Tories are busy denying that access for cash is the norm in the Conservative Party, their website says the opposite. £50k donors "are invited to join David Cameron and other senior figures from the Conservative Party at dinners, post-PMQ lunches, drinks receptions, election result events and important campaign launches". I kid you not.

Full price list should you wish to get your money grabbing scheme policy idea discussed with the Tories:

£250 - Formal discussions, panel events and informal drinks receptions are held in varied and exclusive venues around central London and are often hosted by key figures in politics, business, industry, the arts and beyond.

£2000 - donors who support and market the Party’s policies in Government, by hearing them first hand from the Leader and key Conservative politicians through a lively programme of drinks receptions, dinner and discussion groups.

£2500 - Discussions with leading industrialists, parliamentarians and prominent City figures are held in London’s West End and the City.

£5000 - Members have the opportunity to meet and debate with MPs at a series of political lunches and receptions held throughout the year. Members will also be invited to all Team 2000 club events and other social events.

£10,000 - For our closest supporters to enjoy dinners and political debate with eminent speakers from the world of business and politics.

£25,000 -  Members are invited to join senior figures from the Conservative Party at dinners, lunches, drinks receptions, election result events and important campaign launches.

£50,000 - Members are invited to join David Cameron and other senior figures from the Conservative Party at dinners, post-PMQ lunches, drinks receptions, election result events and important campaign launches.

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