Anti-cottuption legislation

Posted on 13-02-18 by Neil Parry Number of votes: 0 | Number of comments: 1

We can clearly see how major corporations and the rich could be perceived as buying influence with political parties through large donations which buy time with ministers and may allow unfair advantage. I would propose anti-lobbying legislation to stop this. As an example - no individual or individual company (Or other entity) should be allowed to donate more than £100 (?) to a political party per annum. Trade Union members opt in to political funds and could be considered as individual contributioning.  

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