Row breaks out over anti-Brexit sign

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Row breaks out over anti-Brexit sign

Lambeth council have asked the boss of Pimlico Plumbers to remove an anti-brexit sign from the roof of the firm's headquarters in Waterloo.

The local authority says it's taken issue with the un-PC message not because of its political stance, or language  but because it does not relate to the business.

However, the chief executive Charlie Mullins says it's here to stay and is part of his right to publically share his views.

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