Ads fighting the war on terror in London

Miles Calcraft Briginshaw Duffy has created an anti-terrorism campaign for the Metropolitan Police.

The work, written by Richard Stoney and art directed by Dave Hobbs, urges Londoners to report suspicious bags and packages to the police and to report any suspicious activity via an anti-terrorism hotline.

The campaign runs in London press, London Underground and high-street poster sites, with radio ads on Capital and Heart FM. Media is through MediaCom.

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