Election advertising

There has been little time to fill gaps in electoral law identified in the 2015 General Election and 2016 EU referendum. Nevertheless, the law does seek to reconcile the desire to increase political participation with the need to protect privacy and prevent parties and candidates simply spending and spinning their way into power.

Rupert Earle and Andrew Wheelhouse explain the restrictions on election advertising.

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