Spot the Difference: Southwark Labour’s £15,400 Logo Redesign

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Labour-led Southwark council have defended a £15,400 taxpayer-funded redesign of their logo, saying it is “more sustainable and appropriate for digital use, as well as being more compact and requiring less space around it.” In other words, they’ve removed a full stop, changed the colours and made it a bit smaller. Can you spot the difference?

Southwark Labour blew £6,819 on the design and £8,581 on implementation, all while blaming “the government’s decision to keep slashing council budgets” and running a campaign against “austerity“. £15,400 could, for example, pay for a care assistant for vulnerable local residents…


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