Labour failed to declare £2.8m in legal time limit

The Labour Party has repeatedly failed to declare
donations totalling more than £2.8 million to electoral regulators
within the legal time limit, it has emerged.

parties must inform the Electoral Commission within 30 days of
receiving donations and the watchdog has warned parties that failing to
meet the deadline is “unacceptable”.

An analysis
of Labour returns conducted by the Press Association revealed that the
party has missed the deadline repeatedly since 2001.

Peter Hain, who resigned from the Cabinet on Thursday after failing to
declare donations on time, is now the subject of a police investigation.

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