Aaron Banks ‘writes off £7m loan’ as Leave.EU goes into liquidation | The Observer

Brexit campaign group fronted by Nigel Farage leaves thousands in unpaid fines for data law breaches

The Brexit campaign group Leave.EU has gone into liquidation with its controversial co-founder Arron Banks appearing to write off a loan worth more than £7m.

Documents submitted to Companies House also reveal that the anti-EU lobbying group, which was fronted by Nigel Farage during the 2016 EU referendum campaign, has failed to pay tens of thousands in fines owed to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) for breaches of data law.

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  1. Banks should be forced to pay the fines from his own pocket. He has committed one of the worse acts of treason against the UK by financing the Leave campaign. Citizens and especially the young will have to live with the consequences of this for at least a generation. I am getting on in years and have been fortunate to benefit from our membership of the EU for most of my adult life but I feel desperately sad for those growing up who will not be so fortunate.

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