The Liberal Democrats have accumulated more donations in Britain’s most marginal constituencies than any other party, Bureau research reveals.
Hedge funder Martin Taylor’s £600,000 donation to Labour’s election war chest means the party has now raised at least £1.5m from the financial services sector this Parliament.
The Bureau can reveal that Labour’s third largest individual cash donor since the last election helps run Nevsky Capital, a hedge fund based near Bond Street in Mayfair, west London.
The first comprehensive analysis of all cash donations given to Labour from outside trade unions since the last election highlights concerns over party’s pledge to be transparent about its funders.
Government releases documents about policies that allow intelligence agencies to access privileged communications.
Documents detail conditions under which government is able to spy on legal and journalistic communications.
A winning auction bid for a portrait of Margaret Thatcher is returned to donor.
Concerns about government surveillance of privileged communications raised in court.
Black and white party has raised concerns over wealthy guests’ access to ministers
Industry figures out in force after call to avert mansion tax
With the general election just 10 months away, how are the parties shaping up?
The Bureau reveals the money going into marginal seats.
Thatcher portrait linked via manservant to Andrei Borodin
Pot of honey and Thatcher-signed champagne fetched tens of thousands of pounds at Conservative summer.
The finance sector formed the largest contingent at the Conservative summer party at Old Billingsgate.
The Bureau and The Guardian have collaborated on an infographic to show the key players at the Conservative Summer Party. Scroll down to see an overview of the main tables and where members of the cab...
The Bureau crunches the numbers to reveal what the summer party meant to Tory coffers.
Inside the secret £11bn conservative fundraiser.
Tickets to the Tory party summer ball are considered donations, according to Electoral Commission rules.