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Sunday, February 06, 2005

Money talks

The Sunday Times reports that the Labour party is facing a multi-million-pound shortfall in its election campaign fund amid disillusionment in some trade unions and anger among Jewish donors over its allegedly anti-semitic advertisements.

Lord Levy, the party’s chief fundraiser and a leading figure in the Jewish community, has warned that important New Labour donors are “disturbed” at the party’s recent use of anti-semitic images in posters.

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