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The official Vote Leave campaign spent more than £2.7m on targeting ads at specific groups of people on Facebook - helping it to win the 2016 EU referendum.
'Get Ready For Brexit' ads "misleading" and "nothing more than a Conservative Party case", MPs claim in letter to top civil servant.
Get Ready for Brexit ads a waste of money as 31 October no-deal EU exit now unlikely, say critics.
The government has ordered mugs and t-shirts emblazoned with the slogan. / The government will urge the public to "Get ready" for a no-deal Brexit through a £100m advertising push to begin next week.
IT job postings in the UK are being battered by Brexit and the lingering uncertainty of leaving the EU without a Withdrawal Agreement on 31 October.
Sources say company has run seemingly independent pro-Brexit campaigns since 2017.
Carole Cadwalladr digs into one of the most perplexing events in recent times: the UK's super-close 2016 vote to leave the European Union. Tracking the result to a barrage of misleading Facebook ads targeted at vulnerable Brexit swing voters -- and linking the same players and tactics to the 2016 US presidential election -- Cadwalladr calls out the "gods of Silicon Valley" ...
The UK’s Electoral Commission has published the results of a near nine-month-long investigation into Brexit referendum spending and has found that the official Vote Leave campaign broke the law by breaching election campaign spending limits.
Investigation follows revelations of Lynton Crosby firm running ad campaign calling voters to lobby MPs.
A series of hugely influential Facebook advertising campaigns that appear to be separate grassroots movements for a no-deal Brexit are secretly overseen by employees of Sir Lynton Crosby’s lobbying company and a former adviser to Boris Johnson, documents seen by the Guardian reveal.
Irish Freedom Party wants to run candidates in the European elections.
Activists raise more than £270,000 for campaign. / Political billboards have popped up across the UK, from Glasgow to Dover, thanks to anti-Brexit group Led By Donkeys.
The single biggest known British political advertiser on Facebook is a mysterious pro-Brexit campaign group pushing for a no-deal exit from the EU. The revelation about Britain’s Future, which has never disclosed the source of its funding or organisational structure, has raised concerns about the influence of “dark money” in British politics.
Despite an agreement by all groups to suspend campaigning in the aftermath of Jo Cox’s death, Arron Banks instructed the social media team at Leave.EU to “boost” an existing sponsored Facebook ad.
Adverts targeting Polish nurses also boast Germany is much closer to family at home.
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
Posters exposing politicians’ lies and hypocrisy over leaving the EU are appearing across the UK. The friends behind the Led By Donkeys campaign explain why they had to take action.
The mysterious anti-Brexit guerrilla campaign plastering the UK’s billboards with awkward quotes from politicians is “going legitimate” after smashing its crowdfunding target.
Armed with ladders, roller brushes and a treasure trove of damning statements by our leaders, we slapped up their biggest lies onto posters around the country. But this guerrilla operation has its limitations.
Posters repeat Gove claim UK will hold all the cards and Rees-Mogg call for second vote.
MPs’ frustrations grow as new evidence in America reopens the issue of Kremlin influence.