Despite fierce accusations against Russia, they could not prove its interference in the vote on Britain’s exit from the EU.
This is evidenced by the data of the parliamentary committee on the activities of intelligence and security services of Britain.
“There were widespread allegations that Russia sought to influence voters in the 2016 referendum on UK membership in the EU: studies indicated a predominance of Brexit or anti-European stories in Russia Today and Sputnik, as well as the use of ‘bots’ and’ trolls “as evidence. The real impact of such attempts on the result itself will be difficult, if not impossible, to prove, ”the committee admitted.
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