We’ve more news on the imminent arrival of former London mayor Boris Johnson.
The star turn for the Vote Leave campaign will give a speech in York city centre at noon on Monday (May 22).
Boris is bringing his Brexit battle bus to the city as part of his national tour urging people to vote for Britain to quit the European Union.
He is spending the day in Yorkshire on Monday. Boris and his bus will arrive in Parliament Street – a name he will surely approve of – at 11.50am, ready for the speech at about midday.
The MP will also meet Vote Leave volunteers.
Later Boris will head off for more campaigning and photo opportunities in Garforth, Leeds.
As we reported on Thursday, the famous old Etonian will return to York for an evening appointment.
He is due to give a speech to Vote Leave activists at York Racecourse in the evening. That takes place at 7pm.