The Supreme Court today allowed the Prosecution’s Interlocutory Appeal in R v Mackinlay and others as to way in which election expenses are to be calculated and declared. Tom Little QC is prosecuting the case in the Southwark Crown Court and appeared in the Supreme Court along with Tim Straker QC and John McGuinness QC. The judgment reverses that of the Court of Appeal. As this is an ongoing Prosecution there are reporting restrictions limiting what can be reported at this stage.
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