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UK: 'We want our country back!' - MP Chris Grayling joins Farage at Brexit rally02:03

UK: 'We want our country back!' - MP Chris Grayling joins Farage at Brexit rally

United Kingdom, Stoke-on-Trent
April 19, 2016 at 02:05 GMT +00:00 · Published

Leader of the House of Commons and Tory cabinet minister Chris Grayling joined UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage at pro-Brexit rally in Stoke-on-Trent, Monday, campaigning for the UK to leave the EU.

Speaking at the Grassroots Out event at Stoke's Victoria Halls, Farage blamed Britain's EU membership for putting pressure on the National Health Service and the deterioration of quality of life in the UK. He went on to chant "we want our country back" before exiting the stage.

Grayling's appearance at the rally marks the first time a senior Conservative cabinet minister has shared a platform with Farage to campaign for Brexit. Grayling's Tory colleagues Boris Johnson and Michael Gove are part of the Vote Leave campaign group, of with the leader of the House of Commons is also a member, but are yet to attend a rally organised by Farage.

UK: 'We want our country back!' - MP Chris Grayling joins Farage at Brexit rally02:03
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Leader of the House of Commons and Tory cabinet minister Chris Grayling joined UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage at pro-Brexit rally in Stoke-on-Trent, Monday, campaigning for the UK to leave the EU.

Speaking at the Grassroots Out event at Stoke's Victoria Halls, Farage blamed Britain's EU membership for putting pressure on the National Health Service and the deterioration of quality of life in the UK. He went on to chant "we want our country back" before exiting the stage.

Grayling's appearance at the rally marks the first time a senior Conservative cabinet minister has shared a platform with Farage to campaign for Brexit. Grayling's Tory colleagues Boris Johnson and Michael Gove are part of the Vote Leave campaign group, of with the leader of the House of Commons is also a member, but are yet to attend a rally organised by Farage.