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Top Private Schools ‘Unwittingly Take Laundered Money From Criminals’

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I think the word unwittingly is doing some work here ;)

Britain’s top private schools are coming under scrutiny from anti-corruption groups for unwittingly accepting laundered money from wealthy foreign criminals and corrupt officials. [more at link]


http://www.independent.co.uk/news/education/education-news/top-private-schools-unwittingly-take-laundered-money-from-criminals-9800001.html

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When will Nick Clegg be writing a cheque for £2.4m of stolen money that was donated by a convicted fraudster?

Although the money was stolen, they haven't returned it to the victims, and their defence seems to be 'it's the Electoral Commissions fault for not checking', 'we've already spent it', 'we didn't realise it was stolen at the time' and 'Mr Brown made £60m through fraud, so it isn't fair to concentrate on the £2.4m he gave to us'.

I see some bank in Australia is making a gambling addict pay back a $150k bank error at $150/week, probably with interest too, after he burnt through the lot.

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When will Nick Clegg be writing a cheque for £2.4m of stolen money that was donated by a convicted fraudster?

Although the money was stolen, they haven't returned it to the victims, and their defence seems to be 'it's the Electoral Commissions fault for not checking', 'we've already spent it', 'we didn't realise it was stolen at the time' and 'Mr Brown made £60m through fraud, so it isn't fair to concentrate on the £2.4m he gave to us'.

I see some bank in Australia is making a gambling addict pay back a $150k bank error at $150/week, probably with interest too, after he burnt through the lot.

Yes, this case highlights the moral vacuum at the heart of LIBLABCON. Can you imagine Kier Hardie doing the same?

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