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The Times
'From Westminster To Your World'
19 June 2024 30s
The political landscape.
by Andrew MacGregor

Thought you were safe from the general election? Think again. This ad for The Times, The Sunday Times, and Times Radio takes Westminster on the road, so to speak. It may not break records like The Eras Tour, but it does plonk Big Ben in Kingston upon Thames and a green leather bench in a school playground.

Elsewhere, the door to Number Ten replaces the door of an estate agents, as general election coverage must revolve around house prices at some point. A polling station sign next to a river reminds us that many politicians will find themselves up shit creek on/after Thursday 4 July. It's about time, too.

Product Category: National Newspapers

Territory: UK



director agent
The Visionaries

  The Times - 'From Westminster To Your World'


The Times
'From Westminster To Your World'
19 June 2024 30s

The political landscape.

Thought you were safe from the general election? Think again. This ad for The Times, The Sunday Times, and Times Radio takes Westminster on the road, so to speak. It may not break records like The Eras Tour, but it does plonk Big Ben in Kingston upon Thames and a green leather bench in a school playground.

Elsewhere, the door to Number Ten replaces the door of an estate agents, as general election coverage must revolve around house prices at some point. A polling station sign next to a river reminds us that many politicians will find themselves up shit creek on/after Thursday 4 July. It's about time, too.

Product Category: National Newspapers

Territory: UK



director agent
The Visionaries

The Times 19 June 2024
'From Westminster To Your World' 30s

The political landscape.

by Andrew MacGregor

Thought you were safe from the general election? Think again. This ad for The Times, The Sunday Times, and Times Radio takes Westminster on the road, so to speak. It may not break records like The Eras Tour, but it does plonk Big Ben in Kingston upon Thames and a green leather bench in a school playground.

Elsewhere, the door to Number Ten replaces the door of an estate agents, as general election coverage must revolve around house prices at some point. A polling station sign next to a river reminds us that many politicians will find themselves up shit creek on/after Thursday 4 July. It's about time, too.

Product Category: National Newspapers

Territory: UK



director agent
The Visionaries