Former Brexit Secretary David Davis joined the Conservative Campaign in Peterborough this morning (Tuesday).
The convinced Brexiteer met at the Bretton Center with candidate Paul Bristow and other supporters, including Stewart Jackson, the city's former deputy who was also chief of staff of Mr. Davis when he was in the Cabinet.
And while he was there, he talked to voters, including Steve Abbott, who introduced his French bulldog Stanley to the former minister.
Mr. Davis said, "I promoted Paul Bristow at the Bretton Center because Peterborough is an important swing seat and, to put it simply, only a Conservative vote provides a Conservative majority rule and Brexit.
"Voting for another party means a government of Jeremy Corbyn. That would be a disaster. "
Mr. Bristow is committed to regaining the seat of Labor. The last conservative to win the constituency was Mr. Jackson in 2015.
The full list of candidates for the parliamentary elections on 12 December can be found on the Peterborough Telegraph website.