According to The Guardian, Merseyrail has banned Morrissey posters due to a commuter complaint.

Having removed the posters, the Liverpool transport network released a statement, "Processes are in place for Merseyrail to approve any potentially contentious material prior to it appearing on the network, however due to the nature of this advertisement it did not reach a level of verification. Merseyrail will work [with] the third-party supplier to improve this process in the future. Any content used within advertising on the Merseyrail network does not reflect the organisation’s values, and we apologise for any offence the publication of these posters may have caused."

Just yesterday (23 May), Spillers Records in Cardiff banned Morrissey's music due to his political views.

Earlier this week For Britain leader Anne Marie Waters uploaded a video message thanking Morrissey for his continued support.

The former Smiths vocalist recently wore a For Britain badge while performing on Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show.

Morrissey's California Son album is out now via Etienne Records/BMG. He'll tour North America later this year. Find out more.