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Image caption The Brexit Party has said all its donations for the European elections were above board. The way The Brexit Party collects money from supporters leaves it open "to a high risk of receiving and accepting impermissible donations", the Electoral Commission has warned. The watchdog, which visited the party's headquarters last month, said it had made recommendations to help it meet its "legal responsibilities". If it did not comply, the regulator said it could take enforcement action. Party leader Nigel Farage has insisted all its donations are above board. Under UK law, donations of £500 or above must be made by a "permissible donor" - someone who is listed on the electoral register or a company registered in the UK. Full story

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