In short, yes.
In more detail, see http://www.opsi.gov.uk/Acts/acts2000/ukpga_20000041_en_7#pt4-ch2-pb1-l1g54 which is the actual text of the act of parliament governing donations to political parties.
Embargo Act of 1807
He banned discrimination in defense industries
Foreign Terrorist Organization Hamas, the Gaza based Palestinian movement, is both a political party and a terrorist group known for its history of suicide bombings. Hamas is listed as a terrorist organization by Canada, the European Union, Israel, Japan, and the United States, and is banned in Jordan. Australia and the United Kingdom list only the military wing of Hamas, the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades, as a terrorist organization. The United States and the European Union have both implemented restrictive measures against Hamas on an international level.
in may 1933 Hitler banned all political parties accept for his own
No, the government does not regulate soft money. Soft money refers to political donations made to political parties rather than to specific candidates. In the United States, soft money was banned by the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2002.
Absolutely not. Parties are not even mentioned in the Constitution. Parties were a result of differing political views, though not mentioned in the constitution, they are not banned either.
Political parties are starting to develop in Libya with the rise of the Libyan Muslim Brotherhood, the Democratic Party, Islamist political groups, secularists, etc.... During the Gaddafi era, Gaddafi himself banned political parties.
Between February and May 1933 all other political parties were banned.
The Baath Party and its puppet parties under the National Progressive Front. All opposition parties are banned in Syria.
The Law Against The Formation Of Political Parties was passed on the 14th of July 1933. All parties other than the Nazis were banned and their leaders put in prison.
The Election Commission of India has officially prohibited wall writing by political parties during elections.
The Soviet Union only had one Political party, which was the Communist Party.
Politically he banned all other political parties other than the nazi party
No, I believe that people should be able to do what the want when they want to. We are at a free country, people should use it wisley
Do you mean from what places are they banned, e.g. schools, particular countries; or do you mean which particular institutions ban books? If it is the former, an example is Salaman Rushdie, whose book "Satanic Verses" was banned in Iran by the Ayatotollah Khomeini. If it is the latter, various religious groups and also various political parties e.g the Nazis.