Vote Leave Chief 'Must Be Hauled Before Commons'

Vote Leave’s former boss Dominic Cummings is refusing to answer questions on his Campaign before Parliament.

The Guardian reports that a cross-party group of MPs is demanding new powers that would force witnesses to give evidence before parliament or face possible imprisonment.

This comes after Leave.EU backer Arron Banks and his minion, Andy Wigmore, walked out of a Parliamentary Committee on Brexit.

The Big Vote Leave Lie
Anger at Cummings’s refusal to come before MPs has intensified since Vote Leave was referred to the police after the Electoral Commission found last week that it had broken electoral law.

Meanwhile, Dominic Cummings since the Referendum vote has conceded that the Brexit Referendum was won an a lie, the NHS lie, and even took credit for it.

He has since stated that Brexit is 'an error'.