‘Corrupt’ Vote Leave campaign undermines Brexit vote, court told

Britons living in Europe launch legal bid to effectively set aside referendum result

The “corrupt and illegal practices” of the Vote Leave campaign in the 2016 referendum undermine the validity of the decision to leave the EU, the high court has been told.

Relying on findings made by the Electoral Commission about overspending by the pro-Brexit campaign, British people living in Europe have launched a legal case arguing the referendum result should in effect be set aside.

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