More firms for the list of Tory donors to boycott

Not really backhanders: but some of the firms concerned have received government contracts after making donations so I feel justified in using the image.

These firms have been added to the main article here – but I’m listing them in a separate article to help ensure that as many people as possible don’t miss them.

Some of these entries refer to donations that are several years old but are included here because we have no reason to believe the people responsible for the donations have changed their political allegiances.

And yes – July 27 was a slow news day.

As stated previously: It is the individual responsibility of everybody in the UK to obtain the best government possible – and to change that government by any legal means if a wrong decision is made; you can’t expect the rest of us to do it for you.

That means changing your behaviour to cut out the Tory businesses, and finding new suppliers of goods and services you need.

It also means pestering your friends and colleagues to do the same. Expect resistance because people are naturally lazy. Use the exam results fiasco to persuade parents, and the Covid-19 disaster on others. As the Tories perpetrate more cock-ups – and they will – add those to the list you can use.

Here are the new additions:

Alton Towers (owned by Prestbury property firm)

Berkeley Homes (housebuilder)

Bloomberg (media group)

Caledonia Investments

Calor Gas Ltd

Canary Wharf Group (property)

Carlton Television (via boss Michael Green)

Carphone Warehouse

CityLink (via boss Jon Moulton)

Claridge’s Hotel

Clinton Cards (donations to individual MPs of which this is an example)

Cobra Beer

DFS Furniture (historical – Tory donor Lord Graham Kirkham lost control in 2013)

Dow Investments plc

EADS UK

Garden Centre Group

GCH Capital (manufacturing and distribution)

Heathrow Airport

McLaren (automotive)

Meggitt (aerospace engineering)

Moonpig.com

Mothercare

Numis (investment banker)

Parabis Group (legal and professional services)

Powerleague (five-a-side football group)

Shop Direct

Telecom Plus

Towergate Partnership (insurance/financial)

Tullow Oil

Veetee Rice (food)

Wates (construction)

Wittington Investments (food)

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2 thoughts on “More firms for the list of Tory donors to boycott

  1. The Toffee (597)

    Carlton Television (via boss Michael Green)

    Is it the same Michael Green AKA Seb Fox AKA grant shafts….sorry, shapps??

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