An MP in Hounslow has received politician donations worth nearly £120,000 since 2010 - the fourth highest sum in parliament.
Brentford and Isleworth MP Mary Macleod has accepted donations worth a total of £117,061 over the last five years, according to figures published by the Electoral Commission and analysed by the Trinity Mirror Data Unit.
That comprises six cash donations totalling £29,500, 17 non-cash donations worth a combined £78,711 and two paid-for trips adding up to £8,850.
The Tory MP's biggest cash donation was £7,500 given to her by an electronics company called TC Limited in June 2014 for "communications and local projects".
The Hounslow Volunteering Awards, which she organised in 2012, accounted for a large chunk of the total. A range of businesses donated a total of £44,250 in sponsorship of the event, held in aid of local charities.
Her biggest single donation, meanwhile, was the £18,000 she received from Microsoft in July 2013 towards a report she co-authored on how to increase the number of female senior executives.
Ms Macleod said: "The list of donations covers a range of components, including events I have to attend, campaigning work I do and communications.
"Those donations also generate money for projects on the ground, like the Hounslow Volunteering Awards, which provided funding for local charities as well as raising their profile."
Harrow East MP Bob Blackman is the only other west London MP to have received a cash donation since May 2010, according to the Electoral Commission. He was given £3,000 in two equal instalments by a tour organisation company called Golden Tours last year.
Across the UK, 350 politicians have received £5.2m worth of donations during this parliament.
The average Conservative MP has been given £10,191, compared to £6,754 for Labour MPs and £4,630 for Lib Dems.
Crewe and Nantwich MP Edward Timpson easily topped the list, having racked up £411,222 in non-cash donations since May 2010.
Non-cash donations can include anything from being offered free advertising or free consultancy services to having staff or premises paid for.
Ten MPs receiving the most in donations since May 2010 (based on Electoral Commission figures)
|MP||Constituency||Cash donations||Non-cash donations||Visits|
|Edward Timpson||Crewe and Nantwich||N/A||£411,222||N/A|
|Liam Fox||North Somerset||£141,200||£10,439||£28,757|
|James Wharton||Stockton South||£116,500||£2,000||£22,300|
|Mary Macleod||Brentford and Isleworth||£29,500||£78,711||£8,851|
|Caroline Lucas||Brighton, Pavilion||£85,500||£17,000||N/A|
|John Healey||Wentworth and Dearne||£47,670||£28,870||N/A|
|Nigel Adams||Selby and Ainsty||£16,750||£29,981||£24,166|
|Andrea Leadsom||South Northamptonshire||£20,000||£50,500||N/A|
|Nick Herbert||Arundel and South Downs||£50,000||£5,000||£9,747|