Labour to Share Office With Boycotted G4S

Labour have ditched plans to move their party HQ to Kensington after everyone laughed at the idea of socialists setting up base among London’s super-rich. Instead, they have signed a lease on a new office at Southside, a plush office block at 105 Victoria Street. Just one problem: they will be sharing the building with the headquarters of G4S, who Labour’s NEC voted to boycott two weeks ago.

Which make for some awkward chats around the water cooler…

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