Thursday October 1, 2020

Governments provide 80% of SF income

More than 80 per cent of funding for Sinn Féin on both sides of the border comes from government sources, according to new accounts for the political party.

16th August, 2008

More than 80 per cent of funding for Sinn Féin on both sides of the border comes from government sources, according to new accounts for the political party.

The audited accounts for the party’s Dublin and Belfast operations show that funding from the British and Irish governments accounts for the great bulk of party income.

Some of this funding is through salaries of public representatives which are passed on to the party,...

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