Boris Johnson has been roasted by a company in a series of London Underground adverts.
Monday.com, creators of a team management platform, have issued a series of ads on the tube, revealing both how their platform works, and the massive problems with our Prime Minister.
One advert mocks Boris for being yet another Prime Minister to have attended the posh, all-boys school, Eton College.
Meanwhile, another takes a swipe at Johnson’s failed Garden Bridge project – an unsuccessful initiative to build a bridge in London while he was the city’s Mayor. The project lost some £37 million of public money.
And Brexit has also been rinsed by Monday.com – who’ve pointed out that we’ve been stuck in a Brexit vortex for three years, with no exit in sight.
These adverts follow a series of brutal anti-Tory posters that have recently been planted on the tube by a group called fckboris.com.
With the capital city’s workers being bombarded by anti-Boris messages during their daily commutes, it seems that Boris Johnson might struggle to win their votes at the upcoming general election.