Graffiti of the day: ‘Cameron, you shiny faced…’

Graffiti of the day: 'Cameron, you shiny faced...'

I loved this anti-Cameron/Gove graffiti seen in the alleyway next to the Pillars of Hercules pub in Manette Street, Soho, London.

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Graffiti of the day: 'Cameron, you shiny faced...'

The Pillars of Hercules is an excellent pub by the way, with a rich history as Wikipedia outlines:

The Pillars of Hercules is a pub in Greek Street, Soho, London. Most of what exists now was built around 1910, but the pub dates back to 1733. Dickens referred to it in A Tale Of Two Cities, and the road at the side of the pub through the arch is named Manette Street, after Dr Manette, one of the characters from that book.