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The central party and local branches offered more than PS12,510, while York-based campaign backer Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust contributed PS875.
The project is run with support from Mysociety, a not for profit organisation, and the Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust.
The independent group, which is funded by an organisation called the Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust, states its aim as being to improve democracy by fighting for cleaner funding, fairer voting and more accountability.
The government chief information officer (CIO) should report to either the Chancellor of the Exchequer or the deputy prime minister, according to the Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust. The recommendation came in a report which called for a radical overhaul of the way data should be collected, held and managed by the government.
Researchers of the Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust called for 11 systems assessed as "almost certainly illegal" under human rights or data protection law to be scrapped or substantially redesigned.
A think tank, the Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust, in a 2008 report entitled The Purity of Elections, also called for the abolition of postal votes on demand, and also suggested that electors be required to produce photo ID at the polling station.
The Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust is demanding reforms to the electoral system based on regulations in Northern Ireland, where every voter must produce photographic ID at polling stations and must produce proof of identity when applying for a postal vote.
The first pounds 200,000 of the cash to fund the scheme has been donated by the Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust.
Prof John was part of a team which produced a report published by the separate Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust in September 05, warning as many as 24% of voters in London might switch their backing to the BNP.
The report by the Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust, entitled The Far Right in London, comes a day after employment minister Margaret Hodge warned that as many as eight out of 10 voters in her Barking constituency were considering voting BNP.