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Saturday, July 08, 2006

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Currying favours

'Cash for peerage' tycoon was asked to hide loan

Sir Gulam Noon, who lent Labour £250,000 last spring, declared the money on his official Lords nomination form, according to documents seen by the Times.


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However, a high- ranking Labour figure with close links to No 10, who has not been named, asked Sir Gulam to drop any mention of the loan after he had sent the form to Downing Street, Whitehall sources said.

The un-named official! "the Jewish boy from run-down Hackney Downs made good".
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