British politicians are poster boys for excessive advertising spend

Steve Norris

For an enormously successful businessman, Conservative co-treasurer Peter Cruddas still managed to make a complete fool of himself when he was secretly filmed making extravagant promises of access to prime minister David Cameron, in language more suited to a bookies’ runner.

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