David Cameron to name all donors dining at No 10
David Cameron has said he will publish details of all donors he has had dinner with in his Downing Street flat.
The prime minister said there had been four occasions in which he had invited party donors to No 10 - most of whom were friends.
Mr Cameron has promised a "proper inquiry" into donations after the resignation of Tory co-treasurer Peter Cruddas.
Mr Cruddas quit after reporters filmed him saying Tory party donors could gain influence at No 10's policy committee and could attend dinners in Mr Cameron's personal flat, above No 11 Downing Street.