Costuppers, which promotes itself as the “home of the worst deal ever”, was set up by the People’s Vote campaign and stocked products such as Brexit tampons for an “ultra expensive period” and Nosecco for a “very dry Brexit”.
The shop will raise awareness around the Not Buying It campaign, which is helping Brits write to their MP before they vote on a final deal with the European Union.
Here’s a selection of the best pics so far:
The People’s Vote campaign have set up a ‘Brexit pop up shop’ in South London. As a local I can safely say this isn’t the only place to buy dubious chicken around here. pic.twitter.com/znYJmWAeBx
— Joey D’Urso (@josephmdurso) November 23, 2018
— For our Future’s Sake (@FFSake_) November 23, 2018