Labour’s big money donors

Labour’s big money donors have been revealed:

WHAT THEY GAVE
(2008 donation in brackets)
* Engineering, Printing and Manufacturing Union: $40,000 (2008: $60,000)
* Dairy Workers’ Union: $25,000 (2008: $12,000)
* Maritime Union: $18,500 (2008: none disclosed)
* Meat Workers’ Union: $18,000 (2008: $25,500)
* Service and Food Workers’ Union: $15,000 (2008: $20,000)
* FIRST Union (not affiliated): $4000 (2008: nil)

Nice to see the Maritime Union had plenty of members hooter to pass around. I wonder what that $18,500 bought? Was it the near silence which is what they are getting? Or was it supposed to be a little bit more support than a couple of Red Alert posts and a press release from Phil Twyford?

Remember when Labour talks about “big money” in elections that they are talking about union money.


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