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Momentum under investigation by Electoral Commission

The Electoral Commission has opened an investigation into the Labour-supporting Momentum group to see if it breached finance rules in relation to spending during the 2017 election. The elections watchdog says its probe will consider if Momentum’s returns included accurate ...

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Brexit: Electoral Commission reopens probe into Vote Leave

The Electoral Commission has re-opened an investigation into Vote Leave’s EU referendum spending. The campaign paid £625,000 to clear bills allegedly run up by university student Darren Grimes with a digital agency days ahead of last June’s vote. A separate ...

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Italian government wins all five confidence votes on electoral law

ROME (Reuters) – The Italian government won all five confidence votes it had called in the upper house of parliament on Wednesday on a new electoral law that looks unlikely to produce a clear-cut result at national elections due by ...

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Cuban dissidents in electoral challenge as Castro era nears end

5 Min Read HAVANA (Reuters) – Opponents of the Cuban government are putting forward an unprecedented number of candidates for municipal elections in late October, the first step in a process to select a new president after nearly 60 years ...

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