"After The Landslide" by David Willetts MP and Richard Forsdyke

March 26, 2000

In their book published by the Centre for Policy Studies they say "Woolton understood that he could use money-raising as a positive device to help change the image of the Party: Labour and their supporters had attacked Tory sleaze, particularly identifying the commercial interests of many Tory MPs.    Woolton realised that by asking for money from a as broad a range of people as possible he would solve two problems at once by not just bringing the funds in but Also by helping to change the image of the Party"

Is there not a lesson in this for us today?.

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