* Regulator "unlawfully tilted" Brexit vote, campaigner says
* Electoral Commission had already fined Vote Leave for spending
* Vote Leave says it would not have made donation without advice
Britain's electoral regulator misinterpreted the spending law when it allowed the main Brexit campaign to donate to a smaller, aligned group during the 2016 referendum campaign, London's High Court ruled on Friday.Britain's officially designated Brexit campaign group, Vote Leave, said the Electoral Commission had told the group it could donate to other Leave campaigners without having to count it against its own referendum expenses.
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