The artist has dropped a new piece in central London that was possibly created in reaction to the recent arrests of Invader and Revok.

The street artist has dropped a new piece in central London. It's been speculated that the painting was created in reaction to the recent arrests of Invader and Revok.

ShortList Magazine explains the message:

The mantra (itself a subtle reworking of the old anarchist credo ‘If voting changed anything, they’d make it illegal’) is displayed on a cracked white wall in the elegant environs of Fitzrovia, not far from the BT Tower, and features Banksy’s long-time calling card, a stencilled rat.

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