Former Herbert Smith senior partner Gold to lead 'cash for access' inquiry
Former Herbert Smith senior partner David Gold has been appointed by Prime Minister David Cameron to lead a Conservative party inquiry into the "cash for access" scandal. Gold, who is also a Conservative peer, has been asked by Cameron to lead a Party inquiry into procedures for donations after The Sunday Times revealed that former Conservative Party co-Treasurer,Peter Cruddas, had offered access to the Prime Minister in return for donations of £250,000 a year.
Former Herbert Smith senior partner David Gold has been appointed by Prime Minister David Cameron to lead a Conservative Party inquiry into the ‘cash for access’ scandal.
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