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Mackinlay has been found guilty of nothing and remains an innocent man, and, presumably will remain as his party’s candidate.Even so, the most talented spin doctor would find it difficult to put some positive gloss on the following statement issued by the Crown Prosecution Service to Craig Mackinlay, which reads like the opening scene in an episode of : “That on 11 June 2015, being a candidate at the UK General Election on , you knowingly made the declaration accompanying the return for the regulated period from 19 December 2014 to 29 March 2015, delivered under Section 81(1) of the Representation of People Act 1983, required by Section 82(1) of the same Act, falsely, contrary to Section 82(6) of the same Act.” “That on 11 June 2015, being a candidate at the UK General Election on , you knowingly made the declaration accompanying the return for the regulated period from 30 March 2015 to , delivered under Section 81(1) of the Representation of People Act 1983, required by Section 82(1) of the same Act, falsely, contrary to Section 82(6) of the same Act.” Neither can this revelation have been welcome for a Conservative election campaign that is faltering badly.Craig Mackinlay will remain a Conservative candidate in the general election despite being charged as part of an electoral fraud investigation.The Conservative politician argued his push to become the MP in South Thanet would be “unaffected” after the Crown Prosecution Service said there was enough evidence to bring charges relating to his 2015 election expenses.For Marion Little, and Nathan Gray, who are also charged with offences, were Conservative Party staffers – as opposed to merely local volunteers.

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