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Labour drop Max Mosley donations. File photo dated 21/08/62 of Walter Hesketh (right) former international runner and unsuccessful British Union Movement candidate in the Moss Side Parliamentary by-election, pictured with his agent Max Mosley (son of Sir Oswald Mosley) in Manchester. Labour has said it will not accept any more donations from the former Formula One boss and privacy campaigner Max Mosley following the disclosure he published a campaign leaflet linking non-white immigrants with diseases such as tuberculosis, VD and leprosy. Issue date: Wednesday February 28, 2018. The pamphlet, supporting a candidate for his father Sir Oswald Mosley's Union Movement in a 1961 by-election, was unearthed by the Daily Mail in historical archives in Manchester. A senior Labour source described the views expressed as "repugnant" and said neither deputy leader Tom Watson, who has received more than £500,000 in donations from Mr Mosley, nor the party would take any further payments from him. See PA story POLITICS Mosley. Photo credit should read: PA/PA Wire URN:35270889 (Press Association via AP Images)

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Labour drop Max Mosley donations. File photo dated 21/08/62 of Walter Hesketh (right) former international runner, unsuccessful British Union Movement candidate in the Moss Side Parliamentary by-election, pictured with his agent Max Mosley (son of Sir Oswald Mosley) in Manchester. Labour has said it will not accept any more donations from the former Formula One boss, privacy campaigner Max Mosley following the disclosure he published a campaign leaflet linking non-white immigrants with diseases such as tuberculosis, VD, leprosy. Issue date: Wednesday February 28, 2018. The pamphlet, supporting a candidate for his father Sir Oswald Mosley's Union Movement in a 1961 by-election, was unearthed by the Daily Mail in historical archives in Manchester. A senior Labour source described the views expressed as &quot, repugnant&quot, said neither deputy leader Tom Watson, who has received more than &pound, 500, 000 in donations from Mr Mosley, nor the party would take any further payments from him. See PA story POLITICS Mosley. Photo credit should read: PA/PA Wire URN:35270889
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