MP Greg Hands met small businesses on May 1 to campaign for Britain to remain in the European Union.
The Chelsea and Fulham MP was outside Fulham Library with the Britain Stronger In Europe team ahead of the referendum on June 23.
He joined volunteers to meet small mostly independent businesses and retailers to discuss the referendum and hear their concerns and where they stand.
He spoke of the economic case for remaining part of the EU, with some shops putting up posters in their windows and leaving leaflets on their counter.
His visit was ahead of a newspaper article in which the Chief Secretary for the Treasury which warned a Brexit would cost up to 100,000 jobs while the NHS and other public services will face significant cuts.
In an article for The Telegraph Mr Hands said the Single Market is the “most complete commitment to free trade that exists” and that alternatives are just “fantasy”.
He added that Britain will face “profound” consequences if it leaves the Single Market including “fewer jobs, higher prices in our shops and less money for our public services like the NHS”.