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“Awful” & “racist”: Twitter reactions to new UKIP posters

by LLB Reporter
22nd Apr 14 10:55 am

It may be the biggest advertising campaign in UKIP’s history, but the party’s new anti-EU posters have garnered the ire of many.

The campaign, which has been bankrolled by ex-Tory donor and business tycoon Paul Sykes, shows a builder begging for spare change with the tagline: “EU policy at work. British workers are hit hard by unlimited cheap labour.”

Another poster says that “26 million people in Europe are looking for work. And whose jobs are they after?”.

UKIP poster

Twitter was abuzz with people condemning the poster. Here’s a round-up of reactions:



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