Cash for access scandal deemed a whitewash and Cameron says sorry to Cruddas

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Cash for access scandal deemed a whitewash and Cameron says sorry to Cruddas

despite the dodgy video (watch here)

The thing is we know Tory donors are granted favours in return for their money.  There are many examples of this.  Tory donors Adrian Beecroft and Sir Anthony Bamford called for business taxes and workers’ rights to be slashed in dossiers for the PM – and as you know both things were done.

In 2012 the Tory leadership invited Beecroft to draw up Tory employment policy for them. What Beecroft came back with was nothing short of a corporate wishlist of pro-business anti-worker regulations, including proposals to introduce sack-at-will legislation, to restrict access to unfair dismissal claims and slash awards that are made to those that are not excluded entirely, to create immunity from prosecution for employers that hire illegal immigrants and to remove carry-over legislation to allow new owners…

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