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Activists 'hack' billboards across Manchester in protest against oil giant Shell

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Protest adverts have appeared on billboards and bus stops across Manchester in a campaign aimed at oil giant Shell. Activists from the anonymous Brandalism collective say they have replaced more than 200 commercial adverts across the UK without permission.

The artwork, which accuses Shell of 'fast tracking the apocalypse', criticises British Cycling for its sponsorship deal with the company.

Some of the adverts have been put up on Ashton New Road, near the sporting body's headquarters at the National Cycling Centre.

The adverts which show a cyclist chugging oil have also appeared on William Street, off Chancellor Lane. Another advert depicts a cyclist being thrown from a bike after cycling over a spilt oil drum and accuses Shell of 'pedalling lies' and 'polluting' British Cycling. READ MORE: 'People don't necessarily recognise it as a crime - but we feel it' The oil giant has branded the protest adverts 'misleading', saying that they 'mischaracterise' the partnership with British Cycling.

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