An Amnesty billboard or a poppy – which was ‘too political’ for rail bosses? | Laura Trevelyan

An Amnesty billboard or a poppy – which was ‘too political’ for rail bosses? | Laura Trevelyan
Network Rail has banned our messages championing the Human Rights Act from its stations. It’s a late cancellation we should have expected

Take a stroll down the traffic-clogged streets of any British city and your already overloaded senses are going to be bombarded by dozens of not-so-subtle entreaties for you to buy something.

This delicious beer comes with a wonderful dash of Italian style. Drink it and you too can have la dolce vita. Or what about the latest fragrance, which will probably make you slim, glamorous and quite possibly someone whom everyone desires? Who wouldn’t want a splash of that on their bodies of a morning?

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Source: Guardian Transport

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