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Nia has demanded answers on the cash for access scandal. Speaking up in Parliament, she said that people had been very shocked to see the video footage of the Conservative Party treasurer Peter Cruddas, in which he says that for £250,000 he could get someone dinner with the Prime Minister David Cameron, and a chance to influence policy. She said that nothing short of a fully independent inquiry would even begin to repair the very serious damage done to the office of Prime Minister, with Cameron’s reputation now in tatters.