Labour Raised More Cash than Tories Last Quarter mdi-fullscreen

This morning the Electoral Commission published its party donations and loans data for January to March 2022, and it’s good news for Sir Keir: Labour raised more cash last quarter than the Tories. Labour accepted a total of £5,229,989, while the Conservatives managed £4,608,213. In the last quarter of 2021, the Tories came out on top with £4,958,350, with Labour trailing at £3,837,167. A decent turnaround for a party that had to pass mass redundancies and offer real-terms pay cuts a few months ago. So much for Unite’s threats to bankrupt them…

Meanwhile the LibDems raised £1,368,419, the SNP raised £364,606, and the Greens took in £166,046. Laurence Fox’s Reclaim Party, which currently has no representation at any level of government, actually raised more cash than the Greens, with £300,000. Kerching.

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