TBWA London shakeup

Simon Clemmow, chief executive, and Johnny Hornby, managing director, left TBWA London to head up their own shop.

TBWA does Labour's advertising, and this comes just weeks before the general election.

Will the agency without its heads manage to produce any ads?

Can the creatives do their job regardless of who steers the ship?

And will the upstart be any good? Perhaps Labour won't win this year?

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