Vote Leave found guilty of exceeding spending limit by Electoral Commission

John Leonard
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Campaign worked with BeLeave and Veterans for Britain to funnel money to Aggregate IQ in contravention of electoral law

The Electoral Commission announced today that the Vote Leave, Veterans for Britain and BeLeave campaigns broke electoral law. It fined the organisations accordingly. The announcement came at the...

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