Boris Johnson depicted as ‘criminal’ in giant projection on Houses of Parliament

A huge projection describing Boris Johnson as a "criminal" has been projected onto the side of Parliament.

It follows the Prime Minister's threat to disobey a law passed by the House of Commons aiming to block a no-deal Brexit .

Campaign group Led By Donkeys unveiled the image last night.

The animated police mugshot-style image shows Mr Johnson holding a sign which reads: "Parliament make the law. Boris Johnson says he might break it. Is the Prime Minister a criminal?"

Another caption on the sign simply reads: "Liar."

The giant projection is the latest in a series of protests by Led By Donkeys.

Earlier this month it told Press Association it plans to be "really busy" before the October 31 Brexit deadline.

On Saturday evening Mr Johnson was pictured dressed as a green duck on the side of Cardiff Castle accompanied by the words: "Lame Duck. Totally useless Prime Minister."

The image was a reference to a Conservative Party advert depicting Jeremy Corbyn as a chicken, in a dig at his decision not to support a general election.

Earlier this month, the anti-Brexit group drew a portrait of Michael Gove so large it could "be seen from space" in the sand on the North Yorkshire coast.

The drawing was accompanied by a March quote when the Cabinet minister said the UK "didn't vote to leave without a deal" in the 2016 EU referendum.

Led By Donkeys first went viral in early 2019 with billboards sharing past statements from politicians, aiming to highlight their "hypocrisy".

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