At Number 10, so to speak, what appeared to be a married couple gave a quarter of a million pounds to the Lib Dems.
But of the donations to the Conservatives in fifth, sixth, eighth and ninth place, three were by single individuals, while the fourth was the proceeds of a raffle.
A raffle. That raised £200,000. Making it the third highest source of income for this country's governing party. A raffle.
From that entirely foreign country comes a very high proportion of today's Parliamentary Labour Party.
When Tony Blair became Leader of the Labour Party, then the PLP was roughly evenly balanced between the broad Left and the broad Right.
That that is no longer the case has not happened by accident.
The beneficiaries of that non-accident grew up in places where Labour did not even contest local elections, and merely scraped together a parliamentary candidate every four or five years, a candidate who always came third or below by a very wide margin.
They may have joined the Labour Party at school, imagining it to have been founded by Tony Blair. But the first other, if any, members that they ever met were each other, at university.
There, they first heard very carefully vetted Labour MPs, while learning everything else out of some book about, so far as one can tell, the American Democratic Party, and not even a great deal of that.
But they were graduates in London before they ever met Labour Councillors, the ones whose seats they conspired to steal for CV purposes.
From there, they got themselves imposed on Labour parliamentary seats as settlers in what are therefore Occupied Territories.
They hold the local histories and cultures in exactly as much regard as do the residents of Kiryat Arba.
None of this is to say that people from Deep Blue areas ought not to become Labour MPs, any more than that there ought to be an absolute ban on Jews, or even Israeli Jews, living on the West Bank.
But what is going on in Palestine is something else. And so is this.