This is Kate Hoey's campaign headquarters for Vauxhall constituency. It's located on the site of the old Amici in Kennington, SE11 (which makes me wonder whether the old restaurant is no more). It's a bit dark as the photo was shot at night. I promised, "more later", so now I feel obliged to write something!
This shop is an astonishing declaration of intent, in the heart of Kennington. I'm lead to wonder whether any of the other parties have the budgets to set up shop front offices in central locations, such as these. Indeed, I feel the stirring of an impassioned rant about the weaknesses of first past the post voting systems emerging. I've no objection, per se, to campaign headquarters, but I sometimes wish that the platform for political expression was more level because I hardly think the Lib Dems or Greens could afford to do the same.
On the other hand, prominent campaign headquarters are certainly preferable to all of those nasty estate-agent style Tory boards that have appeared on Kennington Road and some of the squares in the area (photo taken by Labour's Jack Hopkins):