Nigel Farage defaced in Seven Sisters

A UKIP poster near the railway bridge over Seven Sisters Road

A UKIP poster near the railway bridge over Seven Sisters Road

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Haringey Independent: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter

UKIP billboards in Haringey have not escaped a wave of vandalism of the party's posters taking place up and down the country.

Two billboards in Seven Sisters were covered in neon graffiti and Nigel Farage was given a Hitler moustache.

‘Racists’, ‘UKKKIP’, ‘blame the bosses not the workers’ and ‘no fascists, no rascists’ were scrawled across the posters, both in Seven Sisters road.

UKIP has launched its biggest ever poster campaign ahead of the European Parliament elections, spending £1.5 million buying billboard space across the country.

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