15 of the 16 highest financial donations made to political parties last week have gone to the Conservative Party, according to data just released by the Electoral Commission.
The biggest single donation appears to have been made by theatre producer John Gore, a regular contributor to the party, who sent £1 million ($1.3 million) to the group.
The other donations in the top 16 all amounted to £100,000 or more, with one £250,000 donation going to the Brexit Party.
This was the first weekly pre-election release of donation data by the Commission, and covers the period between November 6 and November 12. Only donations of more than £7,500 are included.
Jeremy Corbyn has sought to make the funding disparity between the Labour and Conservative parties a central plank of his campaign.
During his manifesto speech earlier, Corbyn said billionaires and the super-rich "own the Conservative Party."
"I accept the opposition of the billionaires because we will make those at the top pay their fair share of tax to help fund world class public services for you," Corbyn said at the event.