As Prime Minister David Cameron is forced to publish a full list of Conservative Party donors who he has hosted for dinner parties at his private flat or Number 10 Downing Street, IBTimes UK puts the faces to some of the city slicker names on there.

From oil traders to hedge fund fat cats, Cameron has welcomed party financiers for dinner as they chucked cash into the party coffers.

A Sunday Times investigation revealed that party treasurer Peter Cruddas was trying to sell access to Cameron and the potential to influence government policy for a £250,000 donation to the Tory party in what is being called the "cash for access" scandal.

Cruddas has since resigned amid uproar.