Bus Pass Elvis leaves political building
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No more elections for Bus Pass Elvis's David Bishop

An election candidate who has stood for the Bus Pass Elvis Party, the Elvis Defence League, the Militant Elvis Anti-Tesco Popular Front and the Militant Elvis Anti-HS2 party has fought his last election as a fringe candidate in funny clothes.

David Bishop, also known as Lord Biro, told Daily Politics presenter Jo Coburn about his past political campaigns - which started with the 1997 general election where he stood in Tatton - from bus services to banning builders' bums.

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  • 10 Jan 2017
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