‘Love Jez, h8 Brexit’: billboard graffiti show ire at Corbyn's stance

UK The Guardian

Anti-Brexit group Led By Donkeys installs blank billboard near Labour leader’s London home Anti-Brexit campaigners have turned their attention to Jeremy Corbyn by erecting a largely blank billboard in the Labour leader’s constituency that invites people to write slogans challenging his position. Until now, the guerrilla advertising campaign targeted Tory and Ukip Brexiters with billboards depicting Twitter accounts that highlight the past predictions and statements of politicians, including Theresa May and Boris Johnson. Continue reading... …

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