The foreign office has no evidence of Russia’s influence on the outcome of the referendum on Brexit

© RIA Novosti / Alex Monotonicity in fotobanka of the European Union on the streets of London. Archival photoThe foreign office has no evidence of Russia’s influence on the outcome of the referendum on Brexit© RIA Novosti / Alex Monotonicity the image Bank

The head of the British foreign Ministry Boris Johnson in an interview with the Sunday Times admitted that no evidence of Russian influence on the outcome of the referendum on the British exit from the European Union.

The Minister said that «not seen evidence» of such an intervention.

In November, the British electoral Commission launched an investigation into the funding sources of the campaign for Brexit. Relevant information was requested from social networks.

Twitter reported that it found a new account is probably linked to Russia, which is published six ad RT during voting on the country’s withdrawal from the EU, spending on them a little more than a thousand dollars. Company Facebook said that Russian companies have spent on advertising, cacausus of the vote, slightly less than a dollar.

The Kremlin and the Russian foreign Ministry has repeatedly denied allegations of attempts to influence elections in different countries, calling them «completely unfounded».

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