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Lobbyist wants police investigation into Tory donor row

Conservative Treasurer Peter Cruddas has resigned after being secretly filmed offering access to the Prime Minister in exchange for six figure donations.

David Cameron's office says it is unreasonable to make public details of private dinners at Downing Street but Labour party fundraiser Lord Levy thinks he should.

Mark Adams is a lobbyist who helped The Sunday Times with its report on Mr Cruddas and told BBC Radio 5 live's Stephen Nolan that he has asked the police to investigate.

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