A camping gear advert with the slogan "No poles required!" appeared next to a UKIP election campaign billboard.
The advertisement for inflatable tent technology was photographed next to the party's campaign poster for the upcoming European election.
A spokesman for Clear Channel, the company responsible for the posters, said they were put up at the same time."We can understand why people would make the connection, but at the same time one is for an election campaign on European bureaucracy and the other is an advert for camping supplies."
A statement from UKIP said there was "no deliberate intent."
The Edinburgh school where a pupil was killed when a wall collapsed in the gym is to reopen after conducting structural checks, according to the local authority.
Edinburgh city council has given the go ahead for pupils and teachers to return to class after an internal inspection found nothing wrong with the rest of the building.
Keane Wallis-Bennett died when a free standing wall at Liberton High School collapsed on her as she was changing for a PE class on April 1.
The Council's education director has hinted to PE department may be demolished in the wake of the tragedy.
The funeral of a 12-year-old Edinburgh school girl who was killed when a wall collapsed on her will be held later today.
Keane Wallis-Bennett was fatally hurt when a free-standing wall collapsed on her at Liberton High School on April 1.
Her family have asked mourners to wear bright colours to the funeral and it is believed her friends will wear onesies for the service at Mortonhall Crematorium.
The school is due to open on 22 April following the Easter break.
The gym building where Keane died will remain closed, and could be demolished following the completion of a police investigation.
Edinburgh City Council says it has cordoned off a number of areas in schools after a wall collapsed on and killed 12-year-old Keane Wallis-Bennett.
An investigation by the council into walls at several schools found no concerns, but some areas had been sectioned off "as a precaution until the end of term".
The council's chief executive, Sue Bruce, said: “This has been a dreadful incident and my deepest sympathies, and those of my colleagues, are with the family and friends of Keane.
“The Council has taken immediate action and we are determined to provide reassurance to parents, pupils and the people of Edinburgh that we will do everything in our power to prevent anything like this happening again.
The mother of 12-year-old Keane Wallis-Bennett, who died after a wall collapsed at Liberton High School in Edinburgh yesterday, visited the school to lay flowers at the growing floral tribute to her daughter on the playground.
This evening, the family released a statement saying their "princess" would be "sadly missed by family and friends".
Stephen Kelly, headteacher at the school where pupil Keane Wallis-Bennett died yesterday, said:
Keane was an excellent pupil who had a bright and bubbly personality and got on well with others in class.
She was a popular team player who took an active role in projects such as the Junior Awards Scheme Scotland.
She showed a lot of sporting ability and was really eager to contribute to the school for example by clearing litter and planting bulbs in the school grounds.
She had a real presence in class and her friends and my staff are deeply shocked and upset at what has happened.
I am very grateful for the support that our school community is receiving as we come to terms with this tragic event.
He also praised the response of emergency services:
I would also like to thank the emergency services who attended yesterday and everyone for their messages of support at what is a very difficult time for Keane’s family and the whole school community.
Counselling staff are continuing to support our staff and pupils and I would encourage any pupils who want to talk to someone to take up the help available.
The family and friends of Keane Wallis-Bennett released this photograph:
The family and friends of 12-year-old Keane Wallis-Bennett, who died after a wall collapsed at Liberton High School in Edinburgh yesterday, issued the following statement:
Keane will be sadly missed by all her family and friends.
She was our princess who dreamed of being Prime Minister.
But failing that, a beautician.
She loved her girlfriends and her days out shopping with lunches and all things girly.
She recently attended her first under 18s disco and loved every second of it and was excited to be going to see One Direction in concert.
The family request that they be left alone to grieve while they come to terms with the loss of Keane. They will be making no further comment to the media.
David Cameron has called yesterday's wall collapse which left an Edinburgh schoolgirl dead "absolutely shocking".
Addressing MPs at Prime Minister's Questions, he pledged that such accidents would not be allowed to happen again.
This was an absolutely shocking accident that people will have seen across the country and their hearts will go out to the family and all those involved in the school. Clearly the lessons will have to be learnt to make sure tragic accidents like this can't happen again.
The school where a 12-year-old pupil died after a wall collapsed has had "difficulties with fragmenting and fraying to the fabric" of the building, according to a Scottish government minister.
Justice Secretary Kenny McAskill insisted Edinburgh council were doing a "good job" on school maintenance, despite financial pressures.
He also sought to reassure parents that "everything that needs to be done immediately is being done" to make sure Liberton High School is safe.
Yesterday Edinburgh Council said they were not aware of any prior concerns about the wall.