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Listen: progressive donors, keep your cash away from the Labour party

Prospect's Jay Elwes speaks to John McTernan about Google's tax affairs, Labour's financial woes and more

By Jay Elwes  

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn speaks to Scottish Labour Party leader Kezia Dugdale during a shadow cabinet meeting in Portcullis House, London. 26th January 2016 ©Anthony Devlin/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Profit isn’t a dirty word. Google doesn’t owe any tax. Labour may be facing a financial crisis. Controversial claims, but all are put forward by political commentator and strategist John McTernan…

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