London Late: The Big Money Games
Aug 16 2012 by Jade van Drie-Brown
The Big Money Games is a spoof newspaper that critiques and pokes fun at some of the more controversial sponsors of the Olympic Games, including BP, Addidas, Rio Tinto, G4S and Dow Chemicals.
The paper has been produced by five organisations – the London Mining Network, the anti-poverty charity War on Want, the Bhopal Medical Appeal, the oil campaign group Platform and the Tar Sands Network.
10,000 copies of the paper were printed distributed around London tube and rail stations on the Tuesday 7th August 2012.
Tags: Addidas, bhopal, bhopal medical appeal, Bhopal Special Olympics, Big Money Games, BP, DOW Chemical, Drop Dow Now, G4S, london 2012, London Mining Network, London olympics, olympic sponsorship, Rio Tinto, Tar Sands UK Network, War on Want