The Conservative Party had £5.6m donated to it in the first week of the General Election campaign.
That's by far the biggest amount donated to all the political parties and 26 times more than Labour received in the same period.
In the same period before the General Election in 2017, £7m was given to political parties. This time, donations total £6,507,146.
Registered political parties must submit four weekly reports setting out the donations and loans over £7,500 that they have received.
The first figures released this election campaign show who got what:
Conservative and Unionist Party : £5,673,646
Lib Dems : £275,000
Brexit Party : £250,000
Labour Party : £218,500
Alliance Party of Northern Ireland : £60,000
Green Party : £30,000
The Electoral Commission website lists where the donations have come from. The biggest single donation is £1m to the Conservative Party from John Gore, there are then a series of companies giving £500,000.
Producer Mr Gore made a fortune from musicals such as Hamilton, Wicked, Chicago and School of Rock. He admitted he spent a decade away from the UK and didn't vote in the EU referendum. The only Brexit Party donation over the £7,500 threshold is from an individual, Jeremy Hosking, who has given £250,000.
Mr Hosking has given previous large donations to the party. He made his money through investment and private equity, including as a co-founder and investment portfolio manager for private investment fund Marathon Asset Management. Unite the Union has given Labour £62,000 and a second payment of £21,000.
The Conservative Party has faced criticism for its election tactics already. During the first leader's debate, between Jeremy Corbyn and Boris Johnson, the Tory press office rebranded its Twitter account as "factcheck UK". Twitter accused the party of misleading the public and said it would take “decisive corrective action” if a similar stunt was attempted again.
Then, on the day Labour's manifesto was released, the Conservatives created a bogus website called labourmanifesto.co.uk which was attacking Jeremy Corbyn.
The website appeared at the top of some people's Google search results as a paid advertisement.
An investigation this week revealed the Conservative Party has received large donations from nine Russian donors.
A secret intelligence report, published by The Sunday Times , said some of the Russian donors are personally close to the prime minister. Alexander Temerko, who has worked for the Kremlin’s defence ministry gave more than £1.2m to the Conservatives over the past seven years.
The largest Russian Tory donor is Lubov Chernukhin, the wife of Vladimir Chernukhin, a former ally of the Russian president, Vladimir Putin.
She paid £160,000 in return for a tennis match with Johnson and has donated more than £450,000 in the last year alone.
The details are part of a report which Downing Street has said cannot be published until it has been able to redact relevant matters.
Labour's Emily Thornberry has said the delay to publishing the report was "utterly unjustifiable, unprecedented and clearly politically motivated".