When Labour Fed Predators Prawns

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Before City tycoons became predators last week the Labour Party fed them prawns and made three of them into ministers. The above film was shot in 2009 when Labour were still in power. Fast forward and for a second time this year the Bureau of Investigative Journalism has found out that capitalists prefer to support the party that supports capitalism. No s**t Sherlock.

For downloading and collating the declarations from the Electoral Commission website the Guardian gives the Bureau of Investigative Journalism the front page, again. The irony of them complaining about funding from City tycoons is that the BIJ received a £2 million grant from the Potter Foundation last. David Potter made his fortune when he floated his firm on the London Stock Exchange…




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