Keir Starmer’s Labour party takes £15 million from unions

Keir Starmer’s Labour party takes £15 million from unions holding country to ransom since he became leader

  • Trade Unions have donated £15.28m to the Labour Party since Spring 2020
  • Figures from the Electoral Commission show Unite gave the party £3.6 million
  • Analysis from the Conservative Party showed the reliance of Labour on unions 

The Labour Party has accepted £15million from striking unions since Keir Starmer became leader, analysis reveals.

Unions leading strikes in the NHS, ambulance service, Royal Mail, railways and bus services this Christmas have poured cash into Labour since he took over from Jeremy Corbyn, Electoral Commission data shows.

Trade unions have donated £15.28milion to the party, constituency groups and to its…

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