Death by dark money: The Americanization of British democracy


We don’t need to look far to see what happens when a small group of donors have an oversized influence on politics. “A federal election in the U.S. is supposed to be decided by 150 million voters, and yet the policy preferences are being determined by literally 20 people, 20 major donors,” says Adav Noti, a U.S. election lawyer with the Campaign Legal Center, in Washington D.C.

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