Boris Johnson's Brexit battle bus rolled into High Wycombe this lunchtime as it continues its mammoth UK tour ahead of the EU referendum next week.

Mr Johnson met campaigners and addressed large crowds outside the Guildhall in High Street, High Wycombe from just after 1pm.

Some protesters came out wearing Boris masks and holding aloft placards attacking Tory cuts, while others carried Vote Leave slogans.

And remain campaigners Wycombe in Europe called the event a "nothing but a PR stunt".

READ MORE: Exclusive BFP interview with Boris Johnson aboard the Brexit battle bus.

After stepping off the bus, Mr Johnson clambered on a hastily erected temporary stage. He said: "We have a fundamentally anti-democratic European Union that is going in totally the wrong direction for Britain.

"They’re trying to build a super state. They’re trying to build a United States of Europe, but we should have no part of it.

"We will do brilliantly if we stand on our own two feet and if we believe in ourselves."

The former London mayor - the most high profile member of the campaign to leave the EU - was joined by former cabinet minister Liam Fox who also took to the podium.

Labour MP Gisela Stuart joined the Tories and appeared alongside the otherwise all-Tory line-up, which included Wycombe MP Steve Baker.

Wycombe's MP Steve Baker has been an outspoken critic of the EU since pledging his support towards Brexit earlier this year.

See the Bucks Free Press this afternoon for all the pictures and an exclusive interview with Boris aboard the battle bus.