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Sunday, 25 March 2012

Tory Corruption Exposed.

Tory party co-treasurer Peter Cruddas, pictured above, has been caught in a Sunday Times "sting" peddaling influence to anyone wealthy enough to afford the price. According to Mr.Cruddas; "Two hundred grand to 250 is Premier League....when we talk about your donations the first thing we want to do is get you at the Cameron/Osborne dinners. You do really pick up a lot of information and when you see the Prime Minister, you're seeing David Cameron, not the Prime Minister. But within that room everything is confidential - you can ask him practically any question you want. If you're unhappy about something, we will listen to you and put it into the policy committee at number 10 - we feed all feedback to the policy committee." The Tory party was quick to deny that they were accepting bribes to allow wealthy "donators" to influence policy, but their opposition to capping "donations" from wealthy individuals is well known. Now it is fully understood. It has always been obvious that the Tories are corrupt - indeed their very existence is only explicable in terms of widespread corruption - but they have also always been very good at disguising it. Mr.Cruddas, arrogant to the point of stupidity, has blown that cover and Tory corruption has been laid bare for all to see. The only question is what, if anything, will be done about it? My money is on "absolutely nothing."

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