battlebus

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battlebus

(ˈbætəlˌbʌs)
n
(Parliamentary Procedure) the coach that transports politicians and their advisers round the country during an election campaign
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Johnson was rebuked by the statistics watchdog, David Norgrove, after reusing the Au350mn figure, which was emblazoned on the side of Vote Leave's red battlebuses during last year's referendum campaign.
A Mirror investigation last March revealed two dozen Conservative MPs got help from battlebuses packed with party activists in the 2015 general election but failed to declare the cost.
An investigation by our sister publication The Mirror has found that none of the 24 Conservative candidates whose constituencies were visited by the controversial RoadTrip battlebuses included the cost within their election budget locally.
And Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg, a potential kingmaker in a hung parliament, unveiled one of his party's election battlebuses in North London.
Now the party Leaders use helicopters, planes, boats, trains, battlebuses and chauffeur-driven limousines to woo the voters.
We learned dozens of candidates failed to declare the cost of battlebuses packed with campaigners.
Battlebuses come to our streets, door-to-door canvassing disrupts our evenings, and questionnaires are dropped through our letterboxes to gauge our opinions.
Devon and Cornwall Police is investigating claims, first revealed in the Mirror, that more than two dozen Conservative MPs who were aided by activists on Tory battlebuses failed to declare costs and hotel bills that ran into hundreds of thousands of pounds.
Devon and Cornwall Police are investigating claims, revealed in the Mirror, that more than two dozen Conservative MPs who were aided by activists on Tory battlebuses failed to declare costs and hotel bills that ran into hundreds of thousands of pounds.
It comes more than two months after the Mirror reported at least 24 Tory candidates were helped to last year's general election victory by battlebuses packed with activists but failed to declare costs such as hotel bills.
It comes after the Mirror reported at least 24 Tory candidates were helped to last year's general election victory by battlebuses packed with activists but failed to declare costs such as hotel bills.