London agency, Don’t Panic, has weighed into the upcoming UK general election issues launching its own provocative posters across Boris Johnson’s constituency of Uxbridge and throughout West, Central and East London.
Joe Wade, founder, Don’t Panic, explained, “Knowing which way the political wind is blowing, we’ve jumped aboard the Conservatives’ big bus with these posters, designed to reassure voters that the NHS is safe in Tory hands. It’s an important message, especially after the Prime Minister’s unfortunate reaction to Jack Williment-Barr sleeping on a pile of coats in Leeds A&E.”
Officials to Trump have previously made it clear that the US would like business access to the NHS in any post-Brexit trade deal. Don’t Panic’s posters may be light-hearted in tone, but they carry a serious message, urging people to vote to save the NHS on December 12.
Don’t Panic believes that purpose should be at the heart of all that it does. It has, therefore, become famous for its work with charitable organisations, with work for Save the Children, Greenpeace, Childline and Oxfam.