Turkey of the week: Home Office

Turkey of the week: Home Office

James Swift – along with most of the country – thinks that the Home Office’s mobile billboard encouraging illegal immigrants to go home was a stinker: "Ignoring the dubious '106 arrests last week in your area' claim, this is still possibly the least intelligent piece of advertising I’ve ever seen. Even Ukip leader Nigel Farage said it was nasty. What else do you need?"

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