Q1 Donation Figures 2014 and Top Donors


Tories: £6,662,232
Labour: £4,409,167
LibDems: £1,074,482
SNP: £1,049,789
UKIP: £493,412

Labour got another £1,833,529 in short money.


  1. Unite the Union £1,839,838 Labour
  2. Sir Michael Hintze £1,506,500 Conservative
  3. USDAW: £692,311 Labour
  4. Mr Colin Weir £500,000 SNP
  5. Mrs Christine Weir £500,000 SNP
  6. UNISON £420,049 Labour
  7. Mr James R Lupton £257,500 Conservative
  8. Mr Michael S Farmer £257,500 Conservative
  9. Mr Alexander A Fraser £200,000 Conservative
  10. Mr David Lilley £200,000 Conservative 

Labour are still £12,216,375 in the red, while the Tories owe £1,853,232. Ker-ching.

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