Yesterday, “a graffiti realised by the well-known” but still anonymous artist Bansky appeared on the “facade” of a “building” in Dover (United Kingdom). It covers a wide part of the “hosting”surface and “portrays a full-sized workman removing a star from a huge flag of Europe” (RSI, Radiotelevisione svizzera di lingua italiana, the Swiss Italian language radio and television).
The town of Dover is also a “major ferry port” located in “South East England” (en.wikipedia.org). It is about a “strategic place”, considering that the “marine structure connects England with Calais, in France” (RSI).
The “press office” of Bansky would have “confirmed” his “authorship”. This work would be a “first effort dedicated to Brexit subject” by the artist (ibidem).