The ‘Bollocks to Brexit’ bus has hit the roads.

It’s the third high profile bus released to influence UK voters on the European Union withdrawal and hopes to be the most effective.

Boris Johnson’s famous big red coach was the first and the Our Future, Our Choice campaign group also had a version.

Bollocks to Brexit

The Bollocks to Brexit bus has hit the roads (Picture: Twitter/BollocksBus)

The new bus’ message is simple, Brexit ‘is not a done deal’ and people should write to their MP to demand a ‘final say’.

That would come in the form of a new referendum on the final deal.

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Bollocks to Brexit

Remainers hope to force another vote (Picture: Twitter/BollocksBus)

The ‘Bollocks to Brexit’ movement was launched with a few stickers by EU Flag Mafia and continues to grow as Brexit draws closer.

More information on the campaign can be found here.

The bus will begin its tour around the UK today and will finally come to a stop on December 20.

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Bollocks to Brexit

Is this the best bus yet? (Picture: Twitter/BollocksBus)

LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 18: A 'Vote LEAVE' battle bus is parked outside the Houses of Parliament in Westminster by the environmental campaign group Greenpeace before being re-branded on July 18, 2016 in London, England. The bus which was used during the European Union (EU) referendum campaign and had the statement

We all remember this one (Picture: Getty Images)

Theresa May will also be trying to garner support for her Withdrawal Agreement today ahead of the crucial Commons vote on it next week.

The Prime Minister will send around 30 ministers across the UK in a final push.

Senior Cabinet ministers including Chancellor Philip Hammond and Health Secretary Matt Hancock are among those who will be deployed to local communities.

Yesterday ITV joined the BBC in cancelling plans to broadcast a televised Brexit debate between the Prime Minister and opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn, after Labour and the Conservatives failed to agree which of the rival offers to accept.



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