Where has all of the money that Dowson has raised gone?

http://www.bnp.org.uk/?q=news/advances-brought-british-national-party-midas-consultancy

“Table 1: Donations accepted by political parties in Quarter 1 2010 (January, February and March).
Figures are rounded to the nearest pound and may be subject to change if donations received in Quarter 1 2010 are reported late in future.

Party Cash Non-cash Total
Amount (£) No. Amount (£) No. Amount (£) No.
Conservative Party
10,663,521
523
1,694,193
70
12,357,714
593
Labour Party
3,760,465
459
309,967
48
4,070,432
507
Liberal Democrats
1,846,531
184
84,616
29
1,931,147
213
Co-operative Party
470,296
8
7,250
2
477,546
10
UK Independence
Party (UKIP)
101,181
32
5,367
1
106,548
33
Christian Party
“Proclaiming Christ’s
Lordship”
100,000
1
0
0
100,000
1
Plaid Cymru –
The Party of Wales
98,002
2
0
0
98,002
2
Green Party
59,650
11
0
0
59,650
11
The Buckinghamshire
Campaign for
Democracy*
30,000
1
0
30,000
1
Jury Team
15,000
1
4,500
1
19,500
2
The New Party
12,000
2
0
0
12,000
2
Mums’ Army
0
0
8,973
1
8,973
1
mums4justice
0
0
8,973
1
8,973
1
Scottish National Party
5,124
2
0
0
5,124
2
Christian Peoples
Alliance
2,617
3
0
0
2,617
3
Total
17,164,387
1,229
2,123,838
153
19,288,225
1,381

* Return submitted after the deadline. Party incurred a £500 penalty.”

http://www.electoralcommission.org.uk/party-finance/party-finance-analysis/party-finance-analysis-Q1-2010#DA

No mention of the money that “Jimbo the jetset” has raised in the 1st quarter of 2010 on the Electoral Commission website. So where is the dosh?

Is there some strange “Bermuda like triangle” that hovers above H.Q.? 


These vast amounts of cash raised according to Griffarage and his cohorts (co-defendents?) must be somewhere but WHERE?, that is the million dollar question. (excuse the pun)

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9 thoughts on “Where has all of the money that Dowson has raised gone?

  1. Anonymous

    No mention of the money / where is the dosh? / These vast amounts of cash raised according to Griffarage and his cohorts (co-defendents?) must be somewhere but WHERE?It all securely tucked away in Gri££in's and Dow$son's hidden offshore Trusts fully protected by British and foreign Trust Confidentiality Laws."that is the million dollar question." – for that kind of money the pair of thieving treacherous bastards would happily stab each other in the back as each planned how to implicate the other while exhonorating himself.I note Michael Barnbrook, the BNP's much-vaunted super-slueth has dismally failed taking-up my challenge for him to investigate Gri££in's financial crimes – sad to say, Michael, but you're just another blowhard paper tiger.DICK NICK BEFOR NICK DICKS YOUFly On The Wall

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  2. Anonymous

    All it shows is that the call centre is collecting small donations – from the Electoral Commission guidance: "Parties must report to the Commission all donations – whether in the form of money or goods or services provided without charge or on non-commercial terms – if they exceed the reporting thresholds. Donations over £5,000 to a central party or £1,000 to one of its accounting units must be declared. Various requirements to aggregate donations below this threshold as well as aggregating loans and donations from the same source may also apply."

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  3. Anonymous

    This sounds remarkably like another Griffin ploy to create a smoke screen and pretend that the party accounts are transparent, I wonder what gullible dupes he has got involved in this con?"North West BNP Becomes Third Region to Run Own AccountsThe British National Party’s organisation in the North West of England has become the third such regional organisation to take over full control of its own accounts, it has been announced"http://bnp.org.uk/?q=news/north-west-bnp-becomes-third-region-run-own-accounts

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  4. Anonymous

    All should be revealed on Wednesday 7th June, the Electoral Commission usually puts up all the political parties accounts on their website by the end of that week once they are accepted, the BNP's 2009 accounts will make very interesting reading, we wait in anticipation. "Parties and accounting units whose income or expenditure is above £250,000 are required to ensure their statement of accounts is audited and have to submit it within six months and seven days of the end of their financial year."

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  5. E. N. Ronn

    It's not 7th June, but 7th July. The Electoral Commission will post the accounts of those parties that manage to get them in on time (most of them, but usually not including the BNP) on 21st July.

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  6. Anonymous

    The State funded and controlled Electoral Commission is right now probably helping Gri££in in cooking the books, to keep the verminous bastard from serving a long stretch for wholesale embezzeling BNP funds.DICK NICK BEFORE THE THIEVING BASTARD NICKS FROM YOUFly On The Wall

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