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David Cameron's former spin doctor: The BBC should have banned the red Brexit bus

Sir Craig Oliver, former prime minister David Cameron's spin doctor, was not happy with the red Brexit bus repeatedly appearing on the BBC during the EU referendum campaign. The Vote Leave bus famously contained the slogan: "We send the EU £350 million a week, let's fund our NHS instead." Oliver pointed out that the £350 million ($442 million) figure was debunked during the campaign and should not, therefore, have featured on BBC news bulletins.
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