The Love Actually actor stunned voters in London’s Finchley and Golders Green constituency as he knocked doorways with candidate Luciana Berger on Saturday.
The celebration then tweeted saying it was “so great” to see the actor campaigning for the celebration, including: “Only the Lib Dems can take seats off the Tories – and together we can stop Boris and #StopBrexit.”
A tweet from Grant’s account, which has now been deleted, responded to say the latter declare was “not true”, including that he advocates tactical voting to unseat as many Conservatives as attainable.
The Liberal Democrats presently sit third within the nationwide polls, with a mean ballot ranking of 13 per cent, in comparison with 33 per cent for Labour and 43 per cent for the Conservatives.
It shouldn’t be the primary time the Liberal Democrats have been accused of deceptive claims throughout the marketing campaign.
At the beginning of November, the celebration was accused of utilizing deceptive information on leaflets to counsel they had been polling forward of different events in sure constituencies.
One such leaflet distributed in Putney advised residents Labour “can’t win here”, although the Liberal Democrat candidate completed third behind Labour and the Tories on the 2017 election.
The Lib Dems stated the projections had been used on a neighborhood stage however “would not be used on national campaigns”.