Accusations against Vote Leave are a "last-ditch, desperate attempt" by remainers to discredit Brexit and aren't true, according to a Tory MP.
The Vote Leave campaign has been accused of exceeding legal spending limits by Brexit activist Shahmir Sanni. He claims it used another group, BeLeave, to spend more. Both deny this and Boris Johnson, who campaigned for Vote Leave, said the accusations were "utterly ludicrous".
Conservative MP for Mid Bedfordshire Nadine Dorries told Julia Hartley-Brewer: "What it is, is yet another last-ditch, desperate attempt on behalf of the remainers to claw something back to do something once again to discredit Brexit.
"This is just another attempt because it isn’t true and what they need to do if they want to make this criticism...is provide the evidence.
"Attempts like this made by remainers are now becoming almost slightly laughable. It’s almost like I wonder what they’re going to do this week.
"We are leaving, nothing is going to change that. It is going to happen so [people must] engage with the process, make it into something positive."
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