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Cameron’s cost

TORY party leader David Cameron’s company car costs £5,900 each month – excluding VAT.

The cost, revealed in a question to Parliament, includes car costs of £1,030 a month, including depreciation, maintenance and fuel. Cameron’s chauffeur accounts for £3,391 and other costs come to £1,479.

The Conservative Party pays for 25% of the costs, with the rest paid by the Government. The car is available to Cameron for 70 hours a week.

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