Baby on board. Wash your hands. Danger 400 volts.
Stickers are meant to keep us safe, or add some colour to a greying city.
Inert warnings, bright logos, and those glaring health reminders on the edge of a dirty pub mirror.
Then 2020 brought new stickers, telling us to sing happy birthday while we wash our hands, wear a face mask on the bus, or download an app to buy a pint.
You even get a sticker when you are jabbed.
One man did not like the new stickers though.
Dissent in action, no longer just on the internet.
Britain’s sticky issue.
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