“Services in Kind” 1999-2001

“Services in Kind” relate to companies who have given more than £5,000 in services to the Labour party for free.

The huge US software company Oracle built the Labour Party’s website and provides the Servers that drive it. Lotus provide e-mail software and services.

Ernst and Young, the second largest management consultancy in the world, have provided consultancy services and surveys for the Labour Party. They have ‘donated’ staff to the Treasury since the 1997 election to work on developing PFI policy.


KPMG
Peoples Ltd (transport)
Lotus
Andersen Consulting
Freeserve

Peoples Ltd (car dealers) Gave £2,000 (June 2001)
QSP Ltd (web hosting) Gave £8,000 (March 2001)