Almost £14.4m was donated to political parties during the general election campaign.
The Electoral Commission said that between 30 March and 7 May the parties registered the following donation totals:
The largest donors to the Conservatives were from individuals like Lord Glendonbrook (£333,000), Lord Farmer (£300,000) and John Griffin (£250,000).
Over the campaign, trade unions donated a total of £4,674,862 to Labour – including sums of £1,617,000 from Unite, £1.1m from GMB, £818,115 from Unison, and £591,071 from CWU.
The bulk of the late boost to Lib Dem funds came via Brompton Capital – a firm belonging to businessman Rumi Verjee, who brought Domino’s Pizza to the UK and was made a Lib Dem peer in 2013.
Of Ukip’s funds, £60,000 came from Ko Barclay (inset), property developer stepson of the Daily Telegraph owner Sir Frederick Barclay, who has become one of the party’s biggest individual donors over recent months.