Goldman Sachs funded campaign to keep Britain in EU: source

Goldman Sachs Manhattan headquarters on January 16, 2015 in New YorkGoldman Sachs provided funds to the campaign to convince British voters to stay in the European Union, a source familiar with the issue told AFP Wednesday. The source confirmed a Sky News story that said the Wall Street investment banking power donated “a substantial six-figure sum” in pounds to the anti-Brexit — “British exit” campaign. Sky News said the money went to the Britain Stronger in Europe group, which is fighting to convince people to vote in an upcoming referendum in favor of maintaining current ties with the EU.

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