Cash-for-dinners latest: restaurant owner admits he has done it "for years"
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Restaurateurs throughout the country are panicking in the wake of the cash-for-dinners furore in Westminster today, as first one, then a stream of restaurant owners, have admitted to using this practice throughout their careers.
"If the Prime Minister can't get away with it, what chance do we have?" wailed Antony Worrall Thompson, 78. "OK, we may not charge as much as Peter Cruddas does for dinner, but it's still a cash transaction. Here in my swanky London eaterie you can expect to pay upwards of £4.99 for some Arctic Roll."
Worrall Thompson refused to comment on reports that Rod, Jane and Freddie have been in for dinner recently and were seen leaving a £3 tip.
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