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Agency of the Week: Droga5

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London office has a very cynical and satirical response to Brexit

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Unless you've been living under the an actual rock for the last few days, even if you live outside of Europe, you'll undoubtedly have heard of the the current turmoil that's been sparked by the so-called Brexit, which has seen 52% of UK citizens declare their intention to leave the European Union. Some, of course, think it's a legitimately smart move, whilst others (the vast majority of creatives in fact) feel it's a cataclysmic decision. Droga5 London obviously fall

 

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