1. Various of 'Vote leave' campaign coach arriving, supporters cheering as Boris Johnson, lawmaker and leading Brexit campaigner exits coach
2. SOUNDBITE (English): Boris Johnson, leading Brexit campaigner:
"We've got one month to go folks until we take back democracy and take back control for our country. Now, can we do it? Yes I think we can. I think they're all rattled on the remains side of the campaign because they are putting out more propaganda that we've seen at any time since 1992 when they that we couldn't leave the European Exchange Rate mechanism. Do you remember that? They said it will be a disaster, they said the interest rate would go up, they said it will be an economic catastrophe for this country if we left the European Exchange Rate mechanism. That's what the Treasury said and what happened? It was a liberation for this economy. We did better than ever before."
3. Johnson surrounded by supporters
4. SOUNDBITE (English): Boris Johnson, leading Brexit campaigner:
"Why are we sending 10 billion pounds (14.5 billion US dollars) a year net to Brussels? Some of which is spent by friends you know, some of which is spent on Spanish bullfighting. Do you think that the British tax payers should be supporting Spanish bullfighting? Absolutely not. And it's not just a question of taking back control of our immigration policy. And that's important too, isn't it? You look at some of these fat cats who go dancing, lobbying the government, tell the government that the are going to support remain. What do they know? What do they know of the impact of immigration on school places? On hospital waiting lists and GP surgeries? They know nothing about it. They know absolutely nothing about it. "
5. Supporter wearing a mask of Johnson waving the Union Jack and Yorkshire flags
6. SOUNDBITE (English): Boris Johnson, leading Brexit campaigner:
"We cannot hope to govern an independent nation, we cannot hope to have an independent democracy in this country as long as we are members of the EU so vote 'leave' my friends. Vote 'leave.' Campaign with all your might with all your heart between now and June 23rd. Let's take back control of this democracy. Take back control of this country. Show that we can stand on our own two feet again. Because we can, can't we? We're a great country. We're a great country, we're a great economy. We can do better off. Let's fight, let's fight against a great complacent glutinous armies of the establishment. We can win. We can win on June 23rd campaign between now and June the 23rd. Take back control of the country. Vote 'leave' and let's make sure that June the 24th is independence day. Independence day for Britain."
Leading campaigner for Britain's withdrawal from the European Union, Boris Johnson, visited York on Monday, a month ahead of the referendum.
The former London mayor addressed a crowd in the town centre, as he began a 'Vote Leave' bus tour of Yorkshire.
British voters will decide on 23 June whether or not to deal a historic hammer blow to European integration by putting their island nation on an independent path outside the European Union.
EU advocates argue that leaving the bloc would batter Britain's economy, costing each household thousands, while the "Leave" side says Britain has blithely forfeited the independence it once fought so fiercely to defend - and can reclaim it only by walking away from the EU and its byzantine rules.