It's Not Just Northern Ireland's Dodgy Party Donation Rules That Need An Overhaul - Across The UK, Privacy Prevails
Northern Ireland's donations loophole is hardly an exception to the rule. Dark money runs throughout our political system. Existing rules that are meant to promote transparency are simply not comprehensive enough, and so long as loopholes exist, they will continue to be exploited, exploit them and political parties will be happy to help them along.
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