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‘Wads of cash’ from Victorian Labor MPs used to buy party memberships, Ibac inquiry told

Anti-corruption watchdog also hears thousands of dollars in stamps used for political purposes bought with public funds

A Labor staffer has told a Victorian anti-corruption hearing he handled “wads of cash” from MPs to pay for party memberships and bought thousands of dollars worth of stamps using public funds that were used for political purposes.

Adam Sullivan, who worked in a series of roles for MPs in Labor’s moderate faction, gave evidence on Wednesday at the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (Ibac) investigation into branch stacking within the Victorian branch of the ALP.

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