Scotland, Dark Money and the Prince

As vans trundle around London in the crudest propaganda campaign for an insidious regime the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is welcomed to Britain by Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson …

Meanwhile the Conservatives are currently trying to block the public from knowing who gave the DUP £435,000 as uncovered by @AdamRamsay & @PeterKGeoghegan

Serious questions remain over the DUP’s spending on the EU referendum in June 2016 – including a £435,000 donation from a group called the Constitutional Research Council (CRC), chaired by Richard Cook, a former vice-chairman of the Scottish Conservatives and Unionist party.

What’s the connection between Scotland, Dark Money and the Prince?

Read more on the Dark Money investigation here.

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  1. Josef Ó Luain says:

    I’d love to know who’s currently propping-up the PGB.

  2. Essay says:

    We let the filmmakers know as soon as we can via email and try to keep the We try to encourage the filmmakers not to take this a comment on their work but again, as a film maker myself I know this email is always hard to read.     Length of short film – discuss… This is completely down to the filmmaker and will depend on the story they are trying to tell and what they are looking to achieve.   My last short film “The Interrogation of Olivia Donovan” was towards the top end with a run time of 23mins, which we knew many festivals would not accept (with max.

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