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The Conservative Party have had a lot of bad press in recent years for alleged election fraud to which they had recently been fined £70,000 for. Of some surprise is searching Benedict Gummer and discovering that on 27 November 2012 he formed a company called Ipswich Campaigning Ltd. Not a non-profit, a private company where he owned the sole £1 share. Nothing wrong with that.
More interesting is he specifically extended the accounting period and then filed for striking the company off the registrar. The company never filed accounts. The company was struck off on 23 December 2014, shortly before the 2015 General Election. The company is now dissolved. Companies House has two records for Benedict Michael Gummer which seems to suggest a date of birth was given wrong to hide it otherwise coming up on the record.
I would report to the police but the positive thing with having a politically controlled PCC of the same party is they won’t do anything.
Company number 08308323
Registered office address 32 Dillwyn Street West, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP1 2HP
Company status Dissolved
Dissolved on 23 December 2014
Company type Private limited Company
Incorporated on 27 November 2012
So did the company trade? Was this included within returns regarding elections?
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