Oxford Uni accepted ‘tainted money’ from Max Mosely

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Prof Lawrence Goldman disagrees with cash from the Mosely family trust being accepted by Oxford University given the family’s history.

Max Mosely, son of fascist leader Sir Oswald Mosley, created a trust from his father’s inheritance which has drawn controversy given his right-wing political actions.

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