How anti-Brexit street art in London's east end is sparking conversation — on walls

Brick Lane has long been a must-see tourist site in London's east end, harbouring boutiques, restaurants and the city's thriving street art scene. 

But as the Brexit deadline looms, new murals and paste-ups appear on its walls daily — and it's incubating discussion about the U.K.

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