OUTRAGEOUS: Khan Breaks TFL Rules To Promote People’s Vote
Remoaning Sadiq Khan is at it again. Following on from the New Years Eve fireworks being turned into a massive promotion event for the EU he has now flouted Transport For London rules to plaster pro-People’s Vote propaganda in London Underground stations across the capital.
TFL rules clearly state that advertising is “unacceptable” if it promotes a “political party or cause“.
UKIP London Assembly member David Kurten hit-out at the Mayor:
London Underground under @sadiqkhan is now being used to advertise for a second referendum. Remoaners need to respect the will of the British people as expressed on 23rd June 2016, and stop trying to destroy democracy. #resign https://t.co/bnovHV3G67
— David Kurten ن (@davidkurten) January 12, 2019
Alastair Campbell boasted about the messages on his Instagram. He said that the ads were a “marvellous” message for MP’s to see as they alighted at Westminster tube station as they continue to debate the sell-out Withdrawal Agreement.
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