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Buying power

Politicians do not part with their money easily. This is especially true in the US, where the high cost of election campaigns means that many representatives spend an enormous amount of time raising funds rather than dealing with their constituents’

21st January, 2006

Politicians do not part with their money easily.

This is especially true in the US, where the high cost of election campaigns means that many representatives spend an enormous amount of time raising funds rather than dealing with their constituents’ concerns.

Given all that, the largesse that has been displayed by high-profile names this month is startling.

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