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Vote Leave battle bus to transport former Tory leader around county

The Vote Leave Battle Bus
The Vote Leave Battle Bus

Former Conservative party leader and cabinet minister Iain Duncan Smith will be leading the charge for the Vote Leave campain in Linconshire tomorrow (Saturday) as the group’s battle bus tours the county.

With five weeks to go before the EU Referendum, the MP and volunteers will be taking to Grantham, Boston and Lincoln to rally support for the Brexit camp.

According to the time-table, Mr Smith will start at 10am in Grantham’s Market Square where he will walk-about and leaflet with volunteers until 10.40.

He is then estimated to arrive in Boston Market Place at 11.40am until 12.20pm, before heading to Lincoln’s Brayford Wharf from 1.20pm until 2pm.

Vote Leave is the official campaign for a ‘leave’ vote in the EU referendum and aims to ‘take back control from the EU and negotiate a new UK-EU deal based on free trade and friendly co-operation’.


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