Brexit debate: Campaigners use billboards and magazines

Brexit has created a war of words on bridges, boats and buses - some entirely false.

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    In Britain, campaigners on both sides of the Brexit debate are exploring new ways of getting their messages across.

    Social media is one big platform.

    But a group of activists that wants the United Kingdom to remain in the European Union is using more traditional techniques to gain online attention.

    Al Jazeera's Neave Barker reports from London.


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