'Partners in climate crimes': Billboards call out Wimbledon for partnership with Barclays

Cecilia Keating
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Credit: Tom Pilston
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Credit: Tom Pilston

Hundreds of billboard, tube, and bus shelter ads near Wimbledon have been replaced with artworks criticising competition sponsor Barclays' financing of fossil fuels and arms makers

As the Wimbledon tennis tournament kicks off this week, a series of billboards have gone up around southwest London to protest Barclays' sponsorship of the event and highlight the bank's investments in...

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