Eldon and Leave EU appeals in ICO case dismissed by Upper Tribunal

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Three judges in the Upper Tribunal Administrative Appeals Chamber have dismissed all five appeals made by Leave EU and Arron Banks’ Eldon Insurance Services (now known as Somerset Bridge) in a case with the Information Commissioner’s Office.

It means the broker still faces a fine of £60,000 and a data audit and Leave EU faces a fine of £45,000.

The case centres on regulatory action by the ICO regarding a series of newsletters, emailed by

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