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Light switch on the pedestrian crossing near 3-5 Dock street, London, E1 8JN (building name is Ludlowthompson) has a political sticker promoting hatred towards Russians

Reported via mobile in the Graffiti / Flyposting BSS (Response Desk to Action) category anonymously at 18:45, Fri 17 February 2023

Sent to TfL 1 day, 12 hours, 55 minutes later. TfL ref: FMS4242321.

I’ve noticed this sticker on 29th of October 2022. It hasn’t been removed ever since. I’ve reported this issue to the police as hate crime, they forwarded me to the council. The council told me that it’s TfL responsibility to remove stickers from traffic lights switchers. The sticker says “hold Russians accountable” and suggests visiting website “” which promotes hatred towards a certain nationality group which is the very essence of a hate crime. I’ve seen the same sticker on the same place a few days ago and it makes me (and I’m sure others) feel unsafe in this council and could potentially lead to other forms of hate crime. Please remove it.

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  • I might have placed the tracker on the map a bit below the real location. The traffic light switch is on the pedestrian crossing where Dock street and Royal mint street meet (on the same side as Ludlowthompson). The address is 3-5 Dock street, London, E1 8JN.

    Posted anonymously at 18:53, Fri 17 February 2023

  • Category changed from ‘Graffiti / Flyposting – Political or Anti-Vaccination’ to ‘Graffiti / Flyposting (Response Desk to Action)’

    Posted by TfL at 07:40, Sun 19 February 2023

  • We appreciate you taking the time to report this to us. This has now been investigated and we’ve reported this to our contractors. We’ll aim to resolve within 28 days.

    Please be aware that all Action Scheduled reports are automatically closed after 28 days. However, we aim to fix the fault within this timescale, which may be sooner, or in a few cases take a little longer.

    Should you need anything else, or have any questions, you may wish to contact our customer services team on 0343 222 1234.

    State changed to: Action scheduled

    Posted by TfL at 07:52, Sun 19 February 2023

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