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Meanwhile, the Lib Dems unveiled a celebrity supporter.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson holds a rabbit during a visit to West Monkton CEVC Primary School in Bathpool, Taunton, Somerset (Stefan Rousseau/PA)
Prime Minister Boris Johnson holds a rabbit during a visit to West Monkton CEVC Primary School in Bathpool, Taunton, Somerset (Stefan Rousseau/PA)

By PA Reporters

Prime Minister Boris Johnson visited the South West as election campaigning continued, while Lib Dem leader Jo Swinson was in Glasgow – and there were fishy goings-on in Grimsby.

Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson during a visit to the Gurdwara Singh Sabha Temple in Glasgow (Jane Barlow/PA)
Ms Swinson pledged to revoke Article 50 on day one of her premiership if she is elected to Number 10 during the visit (Jane Barlow/PA)
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Boris Johnson was in the South West. He examined a Boris Johnson birthday card in the Absolute Cards shop in Wells (Stefan Rousseau/PA)
Mr Johnson also visited West Monkton CEVC Primary School in Somerset (Stefan Rousseau/PA)
He later visited Burns the Bread bakery in Wells (Stefan Rousseau/PA)
At the helm of a tug boat in the port of Bristol (Stefan Rousseau/PA)
Home Secretary Priti Patel was at Chessington School in Surrey (Aaron Chown/PA)
Meanwhile, actor Eddie Marsan attended the unveiling of the Liberal Democrats’ plan for equalities and human rights (Aaron Chown/PA)
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage was in Hull, where he addressed supporters at Ionians RUFC (Danny Lawson/PA)
A fishy encounter in Grimsby (Danny Lawson/PA)
Mr Farage on the Kestrel crabbing boat in Grimsby fish dock (Danny Lawson/PA)
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn continued his tour of Scotland, where he met former miner John Kane, aged 82, at the National Mining Museum in Newtongrange (Jane Barlow/PA)
With shadow minister for climate justice Danielle Rowley at the National Mining Museum (Jane Barlow/PA)
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon joined Cycling Without Age user Cyril Corcoran, aged 78, in an electric tricycle during a visit to Hawick in the Scottish Borders (Jane Barlow/PA)



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