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The government has admitted “mistakenly” using a spoof poster that suggested parents should shoot children if they had rabies.
The image appeared in a magazine for civil servants in a feature on the history of government communications.
The poster was originally produced by the fictional Scarfolk Council, whose Twitter account parodies town life “that did not progress beyond 1979”.
The gaffe has
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