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VIDEO: Campaigners clash during Iain Duncan Smith walkabout in King’s Lynn




Former Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith has been touring the region today on the penultimate day of campaigning ahead of Thursday’s EU referendum.

Earlier, the former Conservative leader, who wants Britain to exit the organisation, delivered leaflets alongside Vote Leave activists in Chatteris.

He then travelled to King’s Lynn, where he received a more mixed reception as a group of Remain campaigners followed him during a walkabout in the town centre.

The visit comes as activists on both sides of the argument make their final pleas for votes ahead of this week’s poll.

Iain Duncan Smith on Vote Leave Campaign walking through Chatteris Town Centre on Tuesday 21st June 2016 ANL-160621-132557009
Iain Duncan Smith on Vote Leave Campaign walking through Chatteris Town Centre on Tuesday 21st June 2016 ANL-160621-132557009
Iain Duncan Smith on Vote Leave Campaign walking through Chatteris Town Centre on Tuesday 21st June 2016 ANL-160621-132116009
Iain Duncan Smith on Vote Leave Campaign walking through Chatteris Town Centre on Tuesday 21st June 2016 ANL-160621-132116009
Iain Duncan Smith on Vote Leave Campaign walking through Chatteris Town Centre on Tuesday 21st June 2016 ANL-160621-131959009
Iain Duncan Smith on Vote Leave Campaign walking through Chatteris Town Centre on Tuesday 21st June 2016 ANL-160621-131959009


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