Former Conservative leader Iain Duncan Smith brings Vote Leave message to Grantham
Former Conservative Party leader Iain Duncan Smith came to Grantham this morning to promote the Vote Leave campaign.
Mr Duncan Smith arrived on the blazing red Vote Leave battle bus and made a whirlwind visit to Grantham market where he met voters to put across his message that Britain is best out of the European Union.
The Tory MP for Chingford and Woodford Green met plenty of people in the town who wanted to discuss the EU and tell him which way they were going to vote in the referendum on June 23.
Mr Duncan Smith told the Journal that he was very pleased with the way the Vote Leave campaign was going. He said of his visit to Grantham: “I love the market, I love the people. I thought it was great and I met people, some who were undecided still, but also many who have said it’s time to go.”
The battle bus is a distinctive red vehicle with the slogan “We send the EU £350 million a week. Let’s fund our NHS instead. Vote Leave”.
After 45 minutes in Grantham, Mr Duncan Smith left on the battle bus to go to Boston and then Lincoln.