Political party donations and loans in Great Britain Share this page: Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page Print full guidance You are in the Political party donations and loans in Great Britain section Home Political party donations and loans in Great Britain What must you record when you enter into a loan? If you enter into a loan over £500, you must record these details: the required details of the source (please see Who can you accept donation and loans from? for guidance on the details you must record for each type of source) the section of the party that has entered into the loan (central party or an accounting unit) the nature of the transaction – whether it is a loan, credit facility or security arrangement the value of the loan the date the loan was entered into the date the loan is due to be repaid or a statement that it is indefinite, or otherwise how the date will be determined under the agreement if the loan ended, the date it ended the rate of interest – or how the rate will be determined under the agreement, or a statement that no interest is payable whether the agreement contains a provision that enables outstanding interest to be added to the sum owed whether or not any security has been given for the loan Last updated: 31 March 2022 Book traversal links for What must you record when you enter into a loan? How do you work out the value of a loan? What do you do if you have a loan from an impermissible source?