A major coach tour, crusading for Britain to leave the European Union, is to travel parts of Wales, the North and the West Midlands to ensure voters are on the road to Brexit.
UKIP’s vivid 45ft long ‘Project Fact’ coach is to take to the road on Thursday from Newport in Wales and will then travel to Monmouth, parts of the north and the West Midlands to as part of the drive urging people to vote for Brexit on June 23.
West Midlands MEP Bill Etheridge, UKIP Deputy Leader Paul Nuttall MEP and fellow Party activists will take part in the grand tour which will stop off at a host of locations.
From Wales the coach will travel to a host of towns and cities across the North and the West Midlands including Birmingham, Dudley, Walsall, Sutton Coldfield, Stourbridge and Wolverhampton. In the North areas such as Manchester, Oldham, Rochdale and Liverpool will also be visited by the coach in a effort to call on people to vote for leave and make June 23 UK Independence Day. The tour will take place from this Thursday until June 22.
UKIP West Midlands MEP Bill Etheridge, said: “I am very much looking forward to this tour. This is about taking Project Fact out into towns and cities.
“It is time to regain our sovereignty, our democracy and our freedom by voting to leave the shackles of the dictatorial and unaccountable EU.”
UKIP Deputy Leader Paul Nuttall MEP, said: “This tour will send out a bold and strong message to Project Fear and the remain camp – that the wheels are coming off their faltering campaign.
“I call on people to get onboard the Brexit campaign and in turn ensure Britain is once again an independent nation.”