Thursday 19 October 2017

Posters have popped up across London mocking Theresa May's favourite slogan

They’ve been found in Soho, Southwark and Camden, among other places.

By Zaina Alibhai

Posters mocking Theresa May’s general election slogan have been plastered across London ahead of the vote on June 8.

Throughout her campaign May has insisted on numerous occasions the Conservatives are fighting for a “strong and stable” Britain, but it seems not everyone agrees.

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The deriding posters – which have appeared in Camden, Soho, Southwark and Peckham – read: “Strong and stable my arse”.

They were created by artist Jeremy Deller and poster company Flying Leaps, which displays artists’ work with the aim to “introduce fresh voices into the ‘visual conversations’ that echo round our cities”.

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Londoners have been sharing photos of posters they’ve stumbled on across social media.

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