A yellow anti-Brexit bus departed from the UK’s Palace of Westminster on Friday for a week-long tour ending in Brussels next Thursday, for the start of the European summit on the divorce deal.
The crowd-funded “Bollocks to Brexit” bus will firstly tour the UK, visiting the constituencies of Prime Minister Theresa May and former UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.
As part of the display Friday, protester Drew Galdron impersonated the former foreign secretary, pretending to be arrested while being taken on to the yellow bus.
Johnson was originally behind the well-publicized red Brexit bus that promised an extra 350 million pounds (4.47 million US dollars) a week for the National Health Service.
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