Lush 'anti-spy cops' in-store displays are deceiving and should be removed

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The Lush 'anti-spy cops' campaign is deceiving and threatens to increase anti-police resentment. 

Lush should remove the deceiving in-store displays which show police crime scene tapes which read "police have crossed the line" and a split image of a police officer in uniform and in plain clothes with large white text stating "paid to lie"

These signs do not explain clearly what the campaign is ; which supposedly is to raise awareness of tactics used by undercover police; however, these signs do not convey this message and risk worsening anti-police resentment and takes away from the positive and beneficial work the police do. 

The confusion that these displays have created is clear: Lush has already had to make several tweets and statement to clarify that they are 'not attacking frontline police work'. Is it not obvious that if you need to clarify what your displays mean, then it isn't doing its job?

No one is saying the police are perfect or what they are actually campaigning for is invalid, but in a world where attacks on police officers both physically and through the media and where fake news is rife; it is widely unfair for the police services and incredibly deceiving and should be removed from LUSH stores.

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