The Foreign Secretary has discussed cash-for-access on ITV's The Agenda with Tom Bradby. Speaking as one of the guests on the programme to be broadcast at 10.35pm tonight, William Hague was asked what £250,000 buys:
"Hopefully only the satisfaction of supporting a political party. I don't think you'll get much more than that. All the parties have had problems with allegations about funding.
"If there's one reassuring thing that I can say as somebody who's served in two cabinets is if people think that an individual donor, a rich person, can change a policy by giving money to a party - I haven't ever seen on the inside an example of that".
Labour has raced into a poll lead as the Tories deal with fall-out from the Budget and the cash-for-access controversy, a survey shows.
The Tories have released a list of party donors who attended a lunch with the PM, with Labour calling for an independent inquiry.
A look at the Conservative party donations and who paid them