TfL have wasted £100,000 on a poster campaign containing a grammar mistake...


A grammatically incorrect TfL poster campaign has well and truly riled up commuters and the grammar police and cost nearly £100,000.

The poster campaign has been running for three years with the message: "TfL doesn't make a profit because we reinvest all our income to run and improve your services."

The organisation refers to itself in the singular when it says "TfL doesn't", before switching to the plural with the use of "we".

In a Freedom of Information request it has been revealed that the campaign has cost a total of £94,140.50.