The Conservative party has denied breaching data protection law during the general election campaign, after Channel 4 claims to have uncovered secret footage of a Welsh call centre hired to directly contact voters in marginal seats.
According to the programme the Conservatives hired Blue Telecoms, a firm in Neath in South Wales to call voters during the campaign.
The Tories said the company was hired to carry out legal market research and direct marketing. But Channel 4 News claimed workers may have been carrying out paid canvassing because they pushed what appeared to be key Tory messages to undecided voters, which is banned under electoral law.
One of the call scripts, seen below, was quoted in the programme.
Plaid Cymru has called for a police investigation to be carried out into the claims.
The Conservative Party has denied the claims.