Activists have hacked hundreds of adverts on the London Tube to protest ‘racist’ deportation flights
Hundreds of adverts on the London Underground have been taken over by activists protesting the mass deportation of asylum-seekers on chartered private planes.
The hacked adverts draw attention to charter flights which allegedly deport asylum seekers with failed or ongoing claims from the UK.
People like Jimmy Mubenga have died after being forcibly restrained on the flights, and many others have been denied access to their legal rights, according to Stop Deportation activists.
The flights each cost £250,000, and it’s not clear if they’re legal.