By contrast our campaign is made in Southport, for Southport and our volunteer network of Southport people are out doing the campaigning.
The BBC News reports:
The Liberal Democrats said the Conservative Party had been "bought like a banana republic".
Leader Nick Clegg added: "I think if you are seeking to influence the outcome of the next general election... then it is wholly wrong that you basically seek to pay taxes only partially in this country."
An amendment to the Constitutional Reform and Governance Bill currently going through Parliament, which has all-party backing, will require all MPs and peers to be resident, ordinarily resident and domiciled in the UK for tax purposes.
Lord Ashcroft was initially rejected for a peerage in 1999 by the Political Honours Scrutiny Committee on the grounds that he spent most of his time abroad in Belize and Florida and conducted almost all of his financial matters overseas.
His company Bearwood Corporate Services Limited has been the largest single contributor to the Tories since 2005....
We reported yesterday that Chris Huhne has written to the Electoral Commission pushing to have the results of their enquiry published. The BBC reports:
For a company to make a donation, it must be trading in the UK and in February 2009, the Electoral Commission launched a formal investigation to determine whether this was the case.
The results of that inquiry have not yet been made public.
Information Commissioner Christopher Graham has called for the full details of Lord Ashcroft's status to be made public and criticised "evasive and obfuscatory" replies given by senior politicians on the subject.