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The elections watchdog is spending more than £400,000 defending its decision to fine a pro-Brexit campaigner £20,000. 

Court papers reveal Electoral Commission estimates that the cost of resisting appeals by Darren Grimes will amount to £436,000, after the body recruited James Eadie QC, the Government's most senior advocate, to argue its case in court.

The watchdog fined Mr Grimes, the founder of the BeLeave campaign group, last year after concluding that he had wrongly reported £620,000 of spending on the 2016 Brexit referendum. 

Mr Grimes insists he is "completely innocent" and  that he is being pursued simply for "ticking the wrong box".

He is appealing against the Electoral Commission's decision,...

The elections watchdog is spending more than £400,000 defending its decision to fine a pro-Brexit campaigner £20,000. 

Court papers reveal Electoral Commission estimates that the cost of resisting appeals by Darren Grimes will amount to £436,000, after the body recruited James Eadie QC, the Government's most senior advocate, to argue its case in court.

The watchdog fined Mr Grimes, the founder of the BeLeave campaign group, last year after concluding that he had wrongly reported £620,000 of spending on the 2016 Brexit referendum. 

Mr Grimes insists he is "completely innocent" and  that he is being pursued simply for "ticking the wrong box".

He is appealing against the Electoral Commission's decision,...

The elections watchdog is spending more than £400,000 defending its decision to fine a pro-Brexit campaigner £20,000. 

Court papers reveal Electoral Commission estimates that the cost of resisting appeals by Darren Grimes will amount to £436,000, after the body recruited James Eadie QC, the Government's most senior advocate, to argue its case in court.

The watchdog fined Mr Grimes, the founder of the BeLeave campaign group, last year after concluding that he had wrongly reported £620,000 of spending on the 2016 Brexit referendum. 

Mr Grimes insists he is "completely innocent" and  that he is being pursued simply for "ticking the wrong box".

He is appealing against the Electoral Commission's decision,...

The elections watchdog is spending more than £400,000 defending its decision to fine a pro-Brexit campaigner £20,000. 

Court papers reveal Electoral Commission estimates that the cost of resisting appeals by Darren Grimes will amount to £436,000, after the body recruited James Eadie QC, the Government's most senior advocate, to argue its case in court.

The watchdog fined Mr Grimes, the founder of the BeLeave campaign group, last year after concluding that he had wrongly reported £620,000 of spending on the 2016 Brexit referendum. 

Mr Grimes insists he is "completely innocent" and  that he is being pursued simply for "ticking the wrong box".

He is appealing against the Electoral Commission's decision,...