Credit Crunch – Graffiti Street Art by Syd TV

The topic of the credit crisis and the issues for people are becoming more and more popular in the UK. This video shows Syd.TV creating a graffiti on this topic together with clips of prominent participants and news reporting.

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link to YouTube video

More information:

Syd.TV web site

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