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    9 More Honest Slogans The Brexit Battle Bus Could Have Had

    Yeah, they're not quite as catchy.

    Over the last few weeks there's been some controversy over a Leave campaign bus with the claim "we send the EU Β£350 million a week – let's fund our NHS instead" written on the side.

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    Since then there's been a lot of backpedaling on that by senior Brexit supporters, so we decided to fix the bus.

    1. "The Β£350m was an extrapolation. It was never total." – Ian Duncan Smith

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    2. β€œA lot of things were said in advance of this referendum that we might want to think about again.” – Liam Fox

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    3. "There was talk about it going to the NHS but there are other bits and pieces like agriculture, which is part of the process. That is the divide up. It was never the total." – Ian Duncan Smith

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    4. "I never made that promise. I don't know anything about it" – Nathan Gill, UKIP leader for Wales

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    5. "Yes, there will be a substantial sum of money which we will no longer send to Brussels, but which could be used on priorities such as the NHS." – Boris Johnson

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    6. "The specific proposal by the Vote Leave campaign was in fact to spend Β£100 million a week of that on the NHS. I hope that aspiration will be met." – Chris Grayling

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    7. "No I can't, and I would never have made that claim, and it was one of the mistakes that the Leave campaign made." – Nigel Farage

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    8. [deleted] – The official Leave campaign, which wiped all NHS funding claims from their website.

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    9. "………" – Michael Gove

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