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Banksy shows off huge new picture on the side of a building in Dover

World famous graffiti artist Banksy chooses Brexit as the topic for his latest piece of work.
A huge new piece of graffiti has appeared on the side of a building in Dover, in Kent. The picture of the EU flag is is near the ferry terminal for people travelling to France.
A European Union flag on the side of a building in DoverReuters
It shows a workman removing a star from the EU flag with cracks spreading out. Some people who’ve seen it think the artist wants people to look at the cracks coming out of the star.
The artists previously left this work on a school in Bristol after the pupils wrote to him saying they had voted to rename one of their school houses after him.
A Banksy drawing on a school in BristolPA
In 2015 the artist left this picture of the man who founded Apple, Steve Jobs, near a refugee camp in France. The inventor was the son of a migrant to America.
A picture of Steve JobsAFP
He also once created a fake amusement park near Weston-Super-Mare in the UK.
Banksy's Bemusement ParkPA
The artist often leaves his work in public places. This piece in north London has had a protective piece of plastic put over it as the graffiti is worth lots of money.
A Bansky in Wood Green, north LondonGetty Images