Normandy advert to seduce UK firms after Brexit banned

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TfL deems ads on tubes and buses calling for businesses to relocate too sensitive


An advertising campaign from the Normandy government urging British businesses to flee across the Channel to escape Brexit has been banned by Transport for London because it may cause “public controversy or sensitivity”.

The adverts urging entrepreneurs worried about the UK’s departure from the EU to “vote with their feet” will run in national newspapers, including the Guardian, this week. But they will not be carried on public transport in the capital after TfL said the ads “did not fully comply” with its advertising guidelines.

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