Vote Leave whistleblower claims Brexiteers in UK government ‘hate’ Welsh and Scots.
‘Boris Johnson and Michael Gove Must Have Known About Illegality’: Why the Two Vote Leave Leaders are a Threat to Democracy 04/06/2019
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.
Blowing the whistle on Brexit 04/04/2019
In 2018, Shahmir Sanni alleged to the Observer that Vote Leave had broken electoral law by purporting to donate £625,000 to a youth group, BeLeave, but instead funnelled it directly to its data and ad-targeting firm AggregateIQ.
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.
Shahmir Sanni lost job and was falsely vilified as a fantasist and liar after revelations about Vote Leave spending.
Brexit whistleblower Shahmir Sanni calls for probe as lawyers claim Vote Leave broke election spending rules 14/04/2018
The whistleblower at the heart of the scandal surrounding the main Brexit campaign has called for a police investigation into allegations that the group breached electoral spending rules.
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.