Further Reading

Crone, S (2011). Reforming Political Party Funding in the UK: Lessons from Canada. Liverpool: Democratic Audit

Ewing, K.D. and Isaacharoff, S. (eds) (2006) Party Funding and Campaign Finance in International Perspective (Oxford: Hart Publishing).

Ewing, K.D. (2007) The Cost of Democracy: Party Funding in Modern British Politics (Oxford: Hart Publishing).

Gay, O., White, I. and Kelly, R. (2007) The Funding of Political Parties, House of Commons Library Research Paper.

Ministry of Justice (2008) Party Finance and Expenditure in the United Kingdom: The Government’s Proposals, (London: Ministry of Justice).

New Politics Network (2003) Strong Parties, Clean Politics: The Case For Party Funding Reform, (London: New Politics Network).

Phillips, H. (2007) Strengthening Democracy: Fair and Sustainable Funding of Political Parties.

Pinto-Duschinsky, M. (1981) British Political Finance 1830-1980 (London: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research).

Pinto-Duschinsky, M. (1985) ‘Trends in British Political Funding, 1979-1983’, Parliamentary Affairs, 34 (3).

Pinto-Duschinsky, M. (1989) ‘Trends in British Party Funding, 1983-1987’, Parliamentary Affairs, 38 (3), pp.328-47.

Pinto-Duschinsky, M. (2008) Paying for the Party: Myths and Realities in British Political Finance, (London: Policy Exchange).

Rowbottom, J. (2010) Democracy Distorted: Wealth, Influence and Democratic Politics, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Select Committee on Constitutional Affairs (2006) First Report on Party Funding, (London: HMSO)

Wilks-Heeg, S. (2008) Purity of Elections in the UK: Causes For Concern, (York: Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust).