Labour Now Say They Won’t Take Auction £400

Always on message James Purnell told BBC News 24 that they wouldn’t be adding the £400 to the party’s coffers raised from selling Cherie and Alastair Campbell’s autographed Hutton Report. He wouldn’t say who bid for it, or what has happened to the money. Nor do we know if the copy was actually stolen government property or purchased for £70 from HMSO.

You are only a mere citizen and voter, so you don’t need to know how or who secretly funds the governing party. Sometimes the arrogant audacity of these people is infuriating.

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