Cash-for-access: Cameron meetings with donors to remain private

The government has insisted that it will not disclose details of private meetings between David Cameron and Conservative party donors in the wake of claims by the party's treasurer that large cash payments could secure intimate dinners with the prime minister.
Francis Maude, the Cabinet Office minister, said demands for lists of visitors to Cameron's flat in Downing Street were unreasonable, but insisted the party had nothing to hide.
The Commons Speaker, John Bercow, is likely to accede to Labour requests for an urgent government statement on the issue. The opposition has already demanded an independent investigation into the claims.

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