A group of Labour supporters backed by left-wing activists Momentum are holding a second "Unseat Boris" rally in Uxbridge.
The first Unseat Boris rally, fronted by journalist Owen Jones and supported by several Labour MPs including Keir Starmer, Emily Thornberry and Rupa Huq, was held on July 23, just over a month after the General Election.
The campaign is returning to Uxbridge on Sunday (October 29) with the aim to engage local people in grass roots campaigning.
The Unseat campaign by Momentum targets what they describe as "many senior Tories with tiny majorities" by holding rallies and campaign training in their constituencies.
At the General Election in June, the Foreign Secretary's majority halved from almost 10,700 votes to 5,034, while Labour candidate Vincent Lo made gains.
Campaigners will meet at Hillingdon Civic Centre in High Street at 11am, where Momentum will deliver campaigning training to local volunteers, followed by speeches from Owen Jones and Labour MPs Clive Lewis and Rupa Huq.
The campaigners will then visit wards in Uxbridge, knocking on doors and speaking with people on the streets before returning to the Civic Centre at around 4pm.
In a post on Facebook, Momentum said: "We don't know when this increasingly preposterous government will fall, but we have to campaign now if we want to win.
"It will be a beautiful sight when Johnson loses his seat - and it will mean Labour will be forming a government."
The office of Boris Johnson has been approached for comment.
The Unseat Boris campaign will return to Uxbridge on Sunday (October 29).
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