Momentum faces election spending investigation

Electoral commission to look into whether Corbyn-supporting campaign group breached spending limits during 2017 poll

Momentum is to be investigated by the Electoral Commission over its role campaigning for Labour during the 2017 general election, including whether it breached campaign spending rules.

The leftwing grassroots movement, which sprung up in support of the Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, has been given much of the credit for the party’s success in the June election, during which it deployed thousands of activists and volunteers in key marginal seats.

Continue reading…
Source: The Guardian
Momentum faces election spending investigation