The latest Led By Donkeys stunt brands Boris Johnson a ‘lame duck’ prime minister

The latest Led By Donkeys stunt brands Boris Johnson a ‘lame duck’ prime minister. Photograph: Twitt

The latest Led By Donkeys stunt brands Boris Johnson a lame duck prime minister. Photograph: Twitter. - Credit: Archant

An image of Boris Johnson dressed as Orville the duck has been projected on to the side of Cardiff Castle by the Led By Donkeys campaigners.

A photographer has claimed that the Conservative Party has stolen his image in a tweet jibe aimed at

A photographer has claimed that the Conservative Party has stolen his image in a tweet jibe aimed at Jeremy Corbyn. Picture: Twitter - Credit: Twitter

The image was accompanied by the words "Lame duck... Totally useless prime minister."

It is a reference to Johnson's accusation that Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is a "giant chlorinated chicken".

The Conservatives have been accused of "silly playground behaviour" by members of their own party after they launched a campaign depicting Corbyn as a chicken.

On Friday afternoon, the Conservatives' Twitter account shared a doctored image of Corbyn in a chicken suit, with the caption: "Hey (KFC), we've found an even bigger chicken than you.

A projection of Jacob Rees-Mogg showing disregard for parliament is projected on to Edinburgh Castle

A projection of Jacob Rees-Mogg showing disregard for parliament is projected on to Edinburgh Castle. Photograph: ByDonkeys/Twitter. - Credit: Archant

A video of the prime minister has also been cast on to the side of the Titanic Museum in Belfast.


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In the video, a clip of Johnson saying "Brexit means Brexit and we are going to make a titanic success of it" is contrasted with news clips from the last week, and footage of the Titanic sinking.

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The anti-Brexit campaign group also projected a clip of Michael Gove on to the side of Cardiff Castle, in which he makes a speech about the effects of a no-deal Brexit on the farming industry.

Earlier this week, after a picture of Jacob Rees-Mogg showing little regard for the House of Commons business went viral, they projected the image on to the side of Edinburgh Castle, with the words "Lying Tory".

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