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# Political Donations

Last year
Sinn Féin received €80,000 in disclosed donations last year, while Fianna Fáil gained €2,500
Donohoe confirms breach of 2020 election rules, says he was unaware of details last week
Explainer: Why is Paschal Donohoe in hot water over his expense declarations?
All time
Sinn Féin receive highest amount in disclosed political donations last year
Ethics watchdog rules out overhauling guidelines for political parties
Fine Gael on top as Sipo reveals political donations list for 2019
Irish-American businessmen (including Labour TD's brother) donate over €2k to Alan Kelly and Joan Freeman
Packers star Rodgers donates hefty sum to California wildfire relief and recovery fund
Column: 'Our laws governing political donations don't work for democracy'
Anna Visser
Sinn Féin accused of 'pitching Galway tent' after getting $400k from US-based donors
Facebook friends, prostitutes, and Garth Brooks: The week in numbers
239 politicians disclose total of €3,800 donations in 2012
Political donations, pregnancies and Love/Hate: The week in numbers
Noonan rejects Moriarty recommendation on tax relief for political donations
Column: Remember how SIPO went after politicians for fiddling their expenses? Me neither
Aaron McKenna
Ireland's politicians disclose €378,920 in donations for 2011
Government unveils details of plans for political funding reform
Ó Cuív unable to donate severance pay to Fianna Fáil
Nobody home: FF benches empty for discussion on FF bill
Fianna Fáil proposes referendum on political donations rights
Greens say they'll call an election, if they don't get what they want
FG cracks reappear as Creighton condemns ‘cute hoor’ politics