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Failed Politician Gina Miller Has Bank Account Shut Down (Because She Didn’t Check Monzo Don’t Provide Them For Political Parties)



Anti-Brexit campaigner and politician wannabe Gina Miller has revealed that her party’s bank account was closed down, after Monzo informed her that it was opened by mistake and that they do not allow political parties to bank with them.

Trying to stay relevant after her political party ‘the True and Fair Party’ failed to make an impression on Britain’s political scene before being promptly forgotten about, Miller is now jumping to announce that her own party’s account was cancelled last September.

The BBC reported that digital bank Monzo initially refused to tell Ms Miller why her ‘True and Fair’ party was shut down, but went on to confirm that it did not allow party political accounts and had made a mistake in allowing it to be opened.

The revelation comes after a row involving Nigel Farage and Coutts bank, which closed his account over his political views, leading to the CEO of NatWest group resigning last week and Coutts’ boss Peter Flavel quitting this Thursday. However, unlike the incident with Farage, there is no suggestion that Ms Miller’s account was closed due to hers or her party’s views.

Gina Miller claims that Monzo closed her party's bank account.

Gina Miller claims that Monzo closed her party’s bank account.

But Ms Miller said that ‘debanking’ was a “bigger issue” than the closure of Mt Farage’s bank account.

Nine banks had turned down the True and Fair Party before it got the account with Monzo in November 2021, according to Ms Miller.


She said: “That is the bigger issue, the fact that as a new insurgent political party you have no access to banking services, which is extraordinary in a democracy.”

The party has now found a small institution to bank with, but Ms Miller fears “what if they turn around in future and say ‘well actually we’ve decided for no reason that because you’re a political party, you can’t have a bank account’?”

“I think the Government and the FCA (Financial Conduct Authority) have got to step in straightaway because if this happened – we lose our account in September for Monzo, and then another bank or our new provider decides that they will use this same rule saying ‘oh well we don’t accept political parties’ – then we in effect won’t exist.

“We wouldn’t be able to operate because we wouldn’t have any access to any banking services.”

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  1. Joe Scott

    July 28, 2023 at 2:49 pm

    Aww, poor Gina 😭… 🤔😏🤭😂🤣😂🤣😂

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