Tagged as breach of election law

Vote Leave Campaign: Electoral Law

Click here to read the debate in Westminster Hall on a motion that this House has considered e-petition 223729 relating to rescinding Article 50 if the VoteLeave campaign broke electoral laws.

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The laws protecting Britain’s democracy from big money are broken

In Mike Myers’ 90s classic ‘Austin Powers’, Dr Evil, the baddie transported from the 1960s, threatens to blow up the world unless he’s paid a ransom. Confused by inflation, however, he only demands “one million dollars”, much to everyone’s mirth. In related news, the Electoral Commission has fined Vote Leave, Darren Grimes and Veterans for Britain […]

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Vote Leave fined and referred to the police for breaking electoral law

The Electoral Commission has today published the conclusions of its investigation into the campaign spending of Vote Leave and a number of other campaigners, and has found Vote Leave and Darren Grimes broke electoral law. The Commission’s investigation found significant evidence of joint working between the lead campaigner, Vote Leave and another campaign group BeLeave. Read […]

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Man pleads guilty to breaking electoral law

A man has pleaded guilty to breaking electoral law by not providing the required details on the election campaign material of a Labour candidate during the 2017 United Kingdom Parliamentary General Election. Read more…

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