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Banksy's Latest Graffiti Is A Brutal Comment On Government Spying At GCHQ

14/04/2014 11:45 BST | Updated 14/04/2014 11:59 BST
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The new graffiti street art piece, suspected of being a Banksy, which appeared on the side of a house on Fairview Road adjacent to St. Anne's Terrace, Cheltenham. The artwork, which shows three figures listening into a conversation at a telephone box, is just a few miles away from Government Communications Headquaters (GCHQ), which is responsible for providing signals intelligence and information assurance to the British Government and Armed Forces.

Banksy has produced what is suspected to be his latest work, on the side of a house near the government's spy centre.

Produced on a wall near GCHQ in Cheltenham, the image shows agents spying around a dilapidated phone box.

The artwork has all the hallmarks of a true Banksy, according to streetart experts:

Street Art News said:

"While not officially confirmed by his website, this piece has has all the Banksy characteristics in narrative, style and execution."

If it is his work, it will be the artist's first image since his month-long residency in New York in 2013. Take a look below.