An advert claiming a chocolate bar slowed the ageing process and helped people heal from plastic surgery has been banned by the watchdog. The Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) ruled that claims made ‘esthechoc’
The first hostilities have broken out among telecoms rivals over who offers the best 5G to customers, with EE seeking an advertising ban against claims by Three UK that it offers the only “real” next-generation
Do the quangocrats never sleep? While the rest of us have been on holiday, the public bodies, executives and authorities that have assumed responsibility for overseeing swathes of national life have been
TV adverts for a Volkswagen electric car and Philadelphia soft cheese have been banned under the UK's new gender stereotyping rules. They're are the first to be pulled since the Advertising Standards (ASA)
The United Kingdom has banned what it deemed harmful advertisements from running in the country after it enacted its ban on commercials that promote "harmful gender stereotypes." The commercial spot, is
Two “dopey dads” and their adventure in an extremely strange conveyor belt restaurant that only served baked goods spread with Philadelphia cream cheese will never grace the nation’s TV screens ever again.
Rousing classical music, slow motion camera work, a slogan appears on screen... “When we learn to adapt we can achieve anything.” It goes on: men float around in space, camp at the top of sheer cliffs