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PRIME Minister David Cameron is under pressure to reveal details of his meetings with Tory donors in the wake of explosive claims that access to the Prime Minister could be secured by making large donations to Conservative Party.

A Downing Street source said a “handful” of donors had been for dinner with the Prime Minister and his wife, Samantha, in their flat above Number 11, including Michael Spencer, a former Tory treasurer, but not Peter Cruddas, who quit from the same role after plunging the Conservatives into a damaging cash-for-access row.

Those invited were old friends of the PM who just happened to have donated money to the party, the source added.

Today, we ask: Should PM David Cameron reveal details of meetings with Tory donors in the wake of access claims to the Prime Minister?