Connections between ‘Leave’ campaigns leave no doubt they were ‘all in it together’

Whistleblower: Shahmir Sanni.

I doubt This Writer is alone in being slightly dizzy due to the whirl of evidence, counter-evidence, lies, falsehoods and half-truths about Conservative MPs and activists, Vote Leave and BeLeave working together to illegally influence the result of the EU referendum.

As I understand it, Shahmir Sanni was outed as gay by Stephen Parkinson, Theresa May’s political secretary, as a reprisal for blowing the whistle on the connections. This endangered the lives of Mr Sanni’s relatives in Pakistan, where homosexuality is illegal – and strongly suggests that the Conservative Party currently believes that protecting the illegally-won result of the referendum as more important than human lives.

This is an unacceptable attitude for any UK political organisation to have, and Mrs May should be made to account for it. Sadly, in Prime Minister’s Questions today (March 28), she ducked the issue. Perhaps legal force should be brought to bear.

In the meantime, we should all be grateful to Carole Cadwalladr, who continues to release valuable information to the public. What follows is a Twitter thread she published yesterday evening, detailing some of the connections between Vote Leave and BeLeave, and showing that these campaigns were co-ordinating with each other in a way that is illegal.

In a reasonable democracy, the revelations of interference by Cambridge Analytica and co-ordination between Vote Leave and BeLeave, on top of the fact that much of the Leave campaign was based on lies, would be enough to render the referendum null and void. The result is compromised beyond redemption and we are being taken out of the EU on the basis of a decision made in defiance of democracy.

Clearly we don’t live in a reasonable democracy. What will it take to stop the madness?

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4 thoughts on “Connections between ‘Leave’ campaigns leave no doubt they were ‘all in it together’

  1. StarDoG

    Seth Abraham makes a very interesting point. If as it seems that IQ own the intellectual rights to the software that SCL and its’ various offshoots used then it follows that. Those companies would have to under British electoral law pay the going rate for the use of said software. Should they not be so declared, as even “in kind” donations have to beat their commercial rate in campaign’s returns, then they clearly broke electoral law. .

  2. Barry

    The election commission has twice investigated leave and found nothing wrong, it would only have to inspect remain once to find the glaring 8 million quid overspent

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