Vote Leave boss denies Cambridge Analytica links

Dominic Cummings.

The director of Vote Leave has denied allegations of links between his campaign and Cambridge Analytica.

Dominic Cummings said claims by the Observer newspaper are “factually wrong, hopelessly confused, or nonsensical”.

Cambridge Analytica is facing claims it amassed the data of millions of people without their consent.

The Observer is expected to publish further claims about links between the official Brexit campaign and the firm.

Source: Vote Leave boss denies Analytica links


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4 Thoughts to “Vote Leave boss denies Cambridge Analytica links”

  1. Looby

    I consider it far more likely it was the remain side of the Government that used this kind of firm.

    It was not the vote leave that was shocked by the results, it was the government, who thought they had it in the bag.

    Makes more sense to me as when you look behind the headlines relating to Brexit, One can conclude its a ‘Brexit without the Exit’. EU Military Army, EU Military Unification.

    The UK is being dissected into EU Regions.
    The City Mayors hold the power, meet globally to discuss the Global Agenda etc.

    Wholesale writing the EU laws onto the UK statute etc…

    Whatever your stance on the pros and cons of leaving the EU, It appears the UK ties/bondage to the EU is to become greater and deeper, with less transparency.

    What is really going to change? Do we have any concrete answers?

    It wouldn’t surprise me it this kind of firm was also used in the last Gen Election….

    For the record I did not vote.

  2. NMac

    This needs to be thoroughly investigated by the Police. As for the odious Cummings, “well, he would say that wouldn’t he?”

  3. He would say black was white

  4. They used google analytics instead, it isn’t as if there is only one company harvesting data and that the guys in the white hats don’t also acquire information.

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