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Boris and Donald immortalised in romantic mural

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A mural of Donald Trump and Boris Johnson becoming 'intimate' has appeared in Bristol, apparently painted by protest group We Are Europe.

The picture can be found in Stokes Croft, on the side of Westmoreland House. A message alongside the mural reads: “NOT #INFORTHIS? Register to vote in the EU referendum now!”

Not #InFor this? Then make sure you register to

We Are Europe explain on their website: “The referendum on the 23rd June is one of the biggest political decisions of our lifetime and we couldn’t stand by and watch it be dominated by political infighting, negative arguments and middle-aged trolls.

“This is our future – so we decided to take it back. And this starts by taking back the internet, through a positive campaign that we can all believe in.”

Images of the mural have been circulating on the internet and on social media, as passers-by share the picture.

We Are Europe identifies itself as a “collective of friends, artists, campaigners, creatives and doers”, but point out that many members have never been involved in political campaigns before and may never do so again.

The group has designed a number of other posters in the past, but this is their first mural.

So far reactions on social media have been positive, with students and young voters largely praising the mural.

Johnson and Trump are yet to comment on the mural.




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