Prime Minister David Cameron’s campaign visit to Bath on Monday saw angry protests from political rivals.

While scores of supporters waited for the Tory leader inside Hayesfield School, a group of around 40 protestors waited outside.

Mr Cameron was in Bath in support of Conservative candidate Ben Howlett, who is hoping to become the first Tory MP for Bath since 1992.


While the protest appears to have been peaceful, with placards waved and chants made, at least one egg was thrown at the Prime Minister.

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