But according to a Labour spokesman, APCO's entry and Citigate's £12,161 should not have been on the list. The spokesman said APCO's entry was 'an admin error'. It was paid by APCO on behalf of Airtours for a reception the client held at last year's party conference.
Citigate MD Warwick Smith is happy for its £4,000 entry - for a table at a conference event - to remain. But the larger sum - for clients' attendance at one of the famed 'corporate days' - is something both Smith and Labour claim should have been listed as a commercial activity, not a donation.
Fingers are crossed in the lobbying world that Smith's clients have no Romanian connection - and that Blair doesn't switch tour operators for his next Tuscan jolly.