Privacy Policy

We are committed to ensuring your privacy is protected. Any data we collect will be used in accordance with GDPR and this privacy statement.

This privacy statement outlines how InFacts.org, uses your personal data and/or any data you share with us.


InFacts.org is the trading name for Referendum Facts Limited, a company limited by guarantee, with registration number 09893905. InFacts.org is a not-for-profit organisation that qualifies for an exemption from registration with the Information Commissioner’s Office. InFacts.org will:

  • only process information necessary to establish or maintain membership or support
  • only process information necessary to provide or administer activities for people who are members of the organisation or have regular contact with it;
  • only hold information about individuals whose data it needs to process for this exempt purpose
  • restrict the personal data it processes to personal information that is necessary for this exempt purpose

Any changes to our privacy statement will be made on this page so please check back from time to time for further updates.


InFacts is a journalistic enterprise making the fact-based case against Brexit.


– Supporters may provide us with their full name and email address, should they wish to subscribe to newsletters. This data will only be used in connection with our newsletters to highlight key campaigns and content and to inform on the campaign

– Supporters who choose to sign our petitions consent to sharing their full name, email address and postcode with us. Signatories’ data will only be used in connection with the petition.

– Supporters who are kind enough to donate consent to sharing their full name, credit or debit card details, email and postal address. The credit or debit card data is also shared by with the processor.

– From time to time, we may promote other organisations’ campaigns and activities. Any information you pass on to such organisations will not be collected by us and will be governed by their own privacy policies.


We treat our supporters’ data very seriously and have a number of safeguards in place within our IT infrastructure to ensure that the data is secure. This data may be stored with fully GDPR compliant third parties, using secure servers. Your data will not be used by third parties for any other reason.

If you have previously chosen to share information with us you can change your mind at any time by writing to [email protected] Any data that is deleted will be deleted securely and permanently.

Cookies policy

We use cookies to improve the experience of our website users. They make navigation easier and increase the user-friendliness of a website. In no way are they used to do individual tracking.

Cookies are small files that are stored on your device. They can be used to determine whether there has been any contact between us and your end device in the past. Only the cookie on your end device is identified. Personal data can only be saved in cookies if you have given your consent or if it is essential for technical reasons, e.g. to enable a secure login.

By using our website, you consent to the use and storage of cookies on your end device. However, you can also view our website without cookies. Most browsers accept cookies automatically. You can prevent cookies from being saved on your end device by setting your browser to not accept cookies. You can delete cookies stored on your end device at any time.

Google Analytics

We use Google Analytics to monitor our web traffic. We use this to track how users interact with our website to find out how supporters engage with our content. We use this data to look at behavioural trends and not as individual data points. Please follow this link to opt out of Google Analytics monitoring how you interact with our website.


If you have any further questions or wish to make a formal complaint, please get in touch. You can email [email protected] or write to InFacts, Millbank Tower, 21-24 Millbank, London, England, SW1P 4QP.

You also have the right to make a complaint direct to the UK’s data protection authority, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). You can find out more about how to log concerns by visiting the ICO website.