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But that was the sum that cost Tony Blair a slice of his political reputation when it emerged that he'd backed Mittal's takeover of a Romanian steel company just months after his 'generous' donation to Labour Party funds.A scandal ensued after he donated £ 1million to the Labour Party in 1997 and the Government subsequently exempted F1 racing from a ban on tobacco advertising. Co-founded Bravo brewery in Russia and sold its Botchkarov brand to Heineken in 2002.Used that profit to invest in a Bulgarian telecommunications company and Icelandic pharmaceuticals company.Mittal owns the "Taj Mittal" in London's Kensington - complete with Turkish baths, ballroom and jewelled pool - which he bought from Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone for £57million.The 6th Duke of Westminster's ancestors bought up vast tracts of Mayfair and Belgravia, as well as estates in Lancashire, Cheshire and Scotland, when they could be purchased for relatively small sums.