Watchdog says Leave.EU used personal data of customers of an insurance firm owned by Mr Banks to unlawfully distribute political marketing.Read the full story ›
The businessman told ITV News he and his firm are the source of £8 million of Leave campaign funds that is being criminally investigated.Read the full story ›
He is being investigated by the National Crime Agency over loans made during the 2016 campaign.Read the full story ›
Leave.EU founder Arron Banks and his spin doctor Andy Wigmore claim they have received letters from the Tories confirming their memberships.Read the full story ›
The Sunday Times says emails show Arron Banks discussed a deal involving six goldmines with Russian ambassador.Read the full story ›
The former Ukip donor and Leave.EU chairman ridiculed news that the elections watchdog is examining his multi-million-pound funding.Read the full story ›
Banks tweeted Carswell had lied when he said on Peston on Sunday that he was not going to rejoin the Tories.Read the full story ›
Mr Banks has given Ukip leader Paul Nuttall an "ultimatum", saying if he is not made chairman he will stop supporting the party.Read the full story ›
The insurance tycoon threw his support behind Raheem Kassam for the Ukip leadership.Read the full story ›
Businessman Arron Banks has refused to rule out standing for the leadership of the UK Independence Party.
Asked whether he is in the frame to replace Nigel Farage, Banks told the BBC's Andrew Marr Show: "I haven't decided. I think it will be someone like Steven Woolfe but I haven't discounted it completely."
He denied having any contact with Andrea Leadsom about her leadership bid.
But he threw his support behind the energy minister in the race for Number 10, claiming Theresa May could "betray" the result of the EU referendum if she wins.
Banks also said Ukip could win "30-40" seats from the "disconnected" Labour Party at the next general election.