Bankers, climate change sceptics, and Brexiteers: The donors funding Boris Johnson's campaign for prime minister
- Boris Johnson remains the favourite to replace Theresa May as British prime minister.
- His leadership campaign is funded by donations from bankers, climate change sceptics, companies that have worked closely with the government, and donors who have links to offshore tax havens.
- Here is the full list of donors financing his campaign.
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LONDON - Boris Johnson is on course to become Britain's next prime minister when Conservative party members choose their leader later this month.
The 160,000-strong group of mostly fervently pro-Brexit Conservative Party members overwhelmingly prefer Johnson to his leadership rival Jeremy Hunt, according to recent polls.So who is funding Johnson's campaign?
Well, according to the official parliamentary register, he has been backed by donations from bankers, financiers who have links to offshore tax havens, and others who belong to influential climate sceptic groups.
Here is the full list of donors to Johnson's campaign, ranked in ascending order by the size of the overall amount they have contributed.
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