Definition of cash for questions from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary


cash for questions

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(in Britain) the name given to events in 1996 when some Conservative Members of Parliamentwere accused of accepting money from business people in order to ask questions for them in Parliament. The 'cash for questions affair' was one of the reasons why the Conservatives were so badly defeated in the 1997 general election.