Former student who founded a Brexit youth campaign has been fined £20,000 for breaking the law
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Whistleblower Shahmir Sanni, appointed by Vote Leave to work on the BeLeave campaign, voiced to Channel 4 News that “Vote Leave cheated,” adding that Grimes was neither independent of Vote Leave nor in control over how the money was spent. Some now believe that Grimes and his campaign's involvement with Vote Leave to dishonestly acquire the aid of
Incredible: It has taken the Electoral Commission two years and three investigations to reach the conclusion that a 22-year-old apparently ticked the wrong box when registering his campaign and subsequently deserves their maximum penalty of £20,000 and a criminal investigation.— Darren Grimes (@darrengrimes_) 17 July 2018
Grimes, who in 2015 told the BBC “I don’t have that luxury of being able to progress up the social ladder,” stands as one of the largest backed unofficial Referendum campaigners; a huge gamble which has not only not paid off but unexpectedly backfired. Featured image courtesy of Ilovetheeu
You'd think the left's emphatically pro-EU lobby would welcome the participation of a young working-class lad from County Durham who was brought up in a single-parent household (who also happens to be gay) – but a Brexit-backing homo on the right doesn't do it for them apparently https://t.co/BUl9AbueBO— Darren Grimes (@darrengrimes_) 17 July 2018