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The Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee questions Arron Banks and Andy Wigmore, of Leave.EU, as part of its inquiry into fake news.
Tuesday 12 June 2018, Grimond Room, Portcullis House
The Committee is expected to ask Mr Banks and Mr Wigmore about the relationship between Leave.EU and Cambridge Analytica, as well as the use of data by Leave.EU and other bodies, such as GoSkippy Insurance and Eldon Insurance.
The Committee continues to investigate data sharing and misuse around Facebook, Cambridge Analytica and other connected companies, as part of its wider inquiry into Fake News.
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