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Brexit Party MEP Alexandra Phillips denies working for Cambridge Analytica in Kenya, speaking to @Channel4News. / A few days later she admitted working for the firm's parent company.
This chilling documentary lays bare the cynicism and chaos surrounding the data research company that harvested information from millions of Facebook users.
Legal threat comes as campaigners warn UK government that courts are being used to intimidate journalists.
Alexandra Phillips has admitted working for Cambridge Analytica’s parent company on President Uhuru Kenyatta’s successful re-election campaign in Kenya.
Cadwalladr has spent the past two years investigating the Leave.EU co-founder as part of her work exposing the harvesting of millions of Facebook users’ data by the now-defunct Cambridge Analytica and the wider impact of technology misuse on democracy, including in the 2016 EU referendum.
Far-right activist claimed he helped with Boris Johnson’s resignation speech as foreign secretary.
Emma Briant, an academic expert on disinformation at George Washington University, has unearthed new e-mails that appear to reveal the earliest documented role played by Bannon in Brexit.
Shahmir Sanni co-founded BeLeave, an offshoot of the Vote Leave campaign, during the EU Referendum. He turned whistleblower last year when he exposed its law-breaking. Here he reveals how two of the contenders to replace Theresa May cannot absolve themselves of responsibility.
Party must show how it spent £300,000 on data services in run-up to 2016 vote and 2015 election.
The Brexit deadline is hurtling towards us, and citizens across the UK still aren't allowed to know who bankrolls the politicians deciding the country's future.
Eighth Report of Session 2017–19
MPs’ frustrations grow as new evidence in America reopens the issue of Kremlin influence.
Shahmir Sanni, a volunteer for Vote Leave, the official pro-Brexit EU referendum campaign, explains how a data company linked to Cambridge Analytica played a crucial role in the result, and voices his concerns that electoral spending rules were manipulated… and evidence apparently destroyed.
Sanni claims that a donation of £625,000 was made by Vote Leave to an independent referendum campaign organisation called BeLeave.
A Brexit campaigner has told Channel 4 News that Vote Leave cheated in the 2016 referendum by over-spending.
People and Power investigates the curious questions about the referendum. Was the original vote to leave the EU tainted?