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London - 20 May 2016
1. Nigel Farage, leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP), arriving on campaign bus
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Nigel Farage, UKIP leader:
"What we want are just ordinary people and businesses and folk out there to say this system isn't working for them, they want their borders back, they want their passports back, they want their country back. You know, if celebs want to come and support us that's great, but we don't need it."
3. Wide of Farage talking to journalists
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Michael Gove, UK Justice Secretary: ++CONTAINS WHITE FRAMES++
"I am a huge admirer of Benedict Cumberbatch (actor), but I can't say I have ever been intimidated by him. I think that there are some wonderful people who want Britain to remain in the European Union and there are some wonderful people who want Britain to leave. But the really important thing is not to be swayed by celebrities but to listen to the realities. (White frames) Sol Campbell, who's one of our best (former) football players, Ian Botham, who is (was) a great captain of cricket, Michael Caine, I think one of our greatest actors - they all want to leave. But more than that, a majority of the British people want to leave."
UKIP leader Nigel Farage unveiled on Friday his group's campaign bus supporting Britain's exit from the European Union, while UK Justice Secretary Michael Gove warned voters not be swayed on the matter by celebrity opinions.
Farage welcomed celebrity supporters to his Grassroots Out campaign group, but said that he was more concerned with the viewpoints of ordinary voters.
Gove, a member of the alternative Brexit group Vote Leave, highlighted that there were a number of celebrities on both sides of the issue, but said people should think for themselves.
The statements came after almost 300 actors, writers, musicians and other cultural figures appealed for British voters to back the "remain" side in the EU membership referendum.