Protesters put up a brilliant fake Blue Plaque outside Boris Johnson's house

Monday 25 July 2016 10:50
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If you're not familiar with English Heritage's Blue Plaques, they're pretty markers dotted around buildings in London to commemorate the inspiring men and women who lived or worked there.

When it was announced Boris Johnson had been appointed our new home secretary, his neighbours took it upon themselves to put up a sign reading 'sorry world', which summed up how many British people felt about his elevation onto the world stage.

Over the weekend, it appears that some new signage has appeared on the wall and pavement outside the MP for Uxbridge and Ruslip's front door.

The mocked up Blue Plaques read:


1964 -

BOJO, destroyer of cosmopolitan unity & pass of buck

lives here

... well played.

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