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Labour has a funding deficit of £14.5m.

The press are speculating that the party may have to sell its headquarters. Apparently it is already selling its old HQ, but this will only service the debt :lol:

Surely they could just MEW the new place? :lol:

Don't know how much of this is just amusingly spun, but I thought it might cheer a few peeps up here. Sould be some funny cartoons tomorrow ...

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Labour has a funding deficit of £14.5m.

The press are speculating that the party may have to sell its headquarters. Apparently it is already selling its old HQ, but this will only service the debt :lol:

Don't know how much of this is just amusingly spun, but I thought it might cheer a few peeps up here.

Wonder what the going rate for a peerage is?

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Surely Tony's cronies will bail them out with some of the billions he's funneled to them?

Or maybe they've realised that NuLab are going down hard in the next election and are leaving the sinking ship.

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Labour has a funding deficit of £14.5m.

The press are speculating that the party may have to sell its headquarters. Apparently it is already selling its old HQ, but this will only service the debt :lol:

Surely they could just MEW the new place? :lol:

Don't know how much of this is just amusingly spun, but I thought it might cheer a few peeps up here. Sould be some funny cartoons tomorrow ...

Speaks volumes doesn't it, when a so called democratically elected party is so in debt it has to rely on donations or loans from financiers in return for a peerage

Democracy?????

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