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The DUP admitted to having allowed itself to be used to funnel cash from a shadowy group called the Constitutional Research Council to the Leave side of the Referendum campaign. We believed – following the High Court’s decision in our case against the Electoral Commission – that the Constitutional Research Council had broken the law by not declaring the cash as its own spending. And we believed the DUP had broken the law by not properly checking the source of the cash.
The Court in this case took the view it needed to know the final outcome of our case against the Electoral Commission before deciding on these allegations.
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