The Conservative party have lost a battle to keep an £8.3m bequest by a man whose son described him as delusional.
Drugs mogul Branislav Kostic, who died in 2005, wrote his will in the 1980s after saying Margaret Thatcher would save the world from “satanic monsters”.
But his only son Zoran, 50, contested the bequest at the High Court, saying his father was “deluded and insane” and he was entitled to the entire estate.
The Conservatives say they have not touched the money.
Handing down his judgement, Mr Justice Henderson, said Mr Kostic would not have left the money to the Tories if he had been “of sound mind”.