David Cameron offshore

Many of the usual suspects are there — but are dwarfed by the £1.5m donation from Michael Hintze, who pays just £30,000 tax on his Luxembourg based £85-million-per-year hedge fund:

1: Sir Michael Hintze – £1,506,500
2: Mr James R Lupton – £257,500
2: Mr Michael S Farmer – £257,500
3: Mr Alexander A Fraser – £200,000
3: Mr David Lilley – £200,000
4: JCB Research – £180,000
5: Mr Andrew Law – £175,770
6: Mr Christopher Rokos – £170,000
7: National Conservative Draws Society – £150,000
8: United & Cecil Club – £142,500
9: The Association of Conservative Clubs Ltd – £135,600
10: Mr Herbert D Ellis – £110,000
11: Leamington Fund, The Hill Farm – £106,000
12: Lycamobile UK Ltd – £105,020
13: Mr Charles F Wigoder – £101,000
14: Lord John Sainsbury – £100,000
14: Mr Georg Von Opel – £100,000
15: Countywide Developments Ltd – £75,000
16: Mr Bradley Yam – £60,000
16: Mr David J Coldman – £60,000
17: Bestway Cash & Carry Ltd – £57,500
18: Lord Stanley Fink – £57,000
19: IPGL Ltd, Park House – £54,123
20: Mr Roy L Peires – £53,000
21: Mr John Hall – £51,000
22: Broadland Properties Ltd – £50,000
22: JB Drax Honore (UK) Ltd – £50,000
22: Mr Edward Wray – £50,000
22: Mr Henry Keswick – £50,000
22: Mr Ian Mukherlee – £50,000
22: Mr Jitesh Gadhia – £50,000
22: Mr Neil M Ostrer – £50,000
22: Mr Rajeev Misra – £50,000
22: Mr Roderick H Brooks – £50,000
22: Mr William Ainscough – £50,000
22: Salisbury Kard Limited – £50,000
22: Westfield Shoppingtowns Ltd – £50,000
23: Mr Alexander Temerko – £44,230
24: Mr Timothy Jones – £40,000
24: William Cook Holdings Ltd – £40,000
25: Mr James Hay – £39,500

 

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