Vans Targeting Illegal Immigrants To Be Investigated By ASA

The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) is to investigate vans that were driven around London encouraging illegal immigrants to "go home".

The advertising vans were commissioned by the Home Office, who have claimed them to have been successful while not reporting on how many people had left the country.

The ASA launched its investigation following some 60 complaints about the vans, which state, "go home or face arrest".


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