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I am delighted and relieved that the Court has found me innocent.  

This case has taken a huge toll on myself and my family, and I’m thankful it’s now over. I will be eternally grateful to all those people who have supported me - your generosity and kind words of encouragement have kept me going.

The Electoral Commission’s case was based on an incorrectly ticked box on an application form - something that it had been aware of for over two years and had not been raised in two previous investigations. Yet the Commission still saw fit to issue an excessive fine and to spend almost half a million in taxpayer cash pursuing me through the courts. This raises serious questions about its conduct both during and after the referendum.

It’s vital that more young people are encouraged to get involved in politics and make their voices heard. I just hope that the punitive actions of the Electoral Commission don’t put my generation off from engaging in our democracy.

HHJ DIGHT’S JUDGEMENT

HHJ DIGHT’S JUDGEMENT

LOUISE EDWARDS’S INVESTIGATION REPORTS: SCHEDULE OF COMMENTS AND EVIDENCE

LOUISE EDWARDS’S INVESTIGATION REPORTS: SCHEDULE OF COMMENTS AND EVIDENCE