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Those Who Dined at Number 10

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Those Who Dined at Number 10

Post by justme3 on 26.03.12 15:08

Are any of these connected to you know who?

Dinners at official residences that were attended by individuals who had donated more than £50,000:

July 14, 2010 - 10 Downing Street. Described as a 'thank-you dinner' inside Number 10 itself, while flat was being refurbished
- Anthony and Carole Bamford
- Michael and Dorothy Hintze
- Murdoch and Elsa Maclennan
- Lord John and Lady Sainsbury
- Andrew Feldman
- Jill and Paul Ruddock
- Mike and Jenny Farmer
- Michael and Clara Freeman

February 28, 2011 - Downing Street flat
- David Rowland and his wife
- Andrew Feldman also attended

November 2, 2011 - Downing Street flat. Described as a 'social dinner for strong and long term supporters of the party, with whom the PM has a strong relationship'.
- Henry and Dorothy Angest
- Michael Farmer and wife
- Ian Taylor and wife

February 27, 2012 - Downing Street flat. Said to have been a 'social dinner'.
- Michael Spencer and partner


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2120519/Revealed-The-guest-list-Tory-donors-dinner-Dave-Sam-No-10.html#ixzz1qEQsyMkv

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Re: Those Who Dined at Number 10

Post by listener on 28.03.12 0:34

Open question - What do they get are they getting for their money? What is their investment for exactly and how much does it return?

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Post by aiyoyo on 28.03.12 12:41

I suppose those type of people might get a high just to names drop. And they consider it good enough ROI I suppose.

It's fame by association syndrome I call it.

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