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    The Drum (07 Aug 2018)

    Lego unveils sustainable bricks made from sugarcane as brand continues eco overhaul

    LEGO has expanded its new eco-friendly brand proposition with a new range of bricks made from sugarcane plastic. It plans to roll out these bricks to all its ranges by 2030 as part of wider plans to prioritise plant-based materials and recycled sources for its products. They are recyclable, while not biodegradable. Customers who spend £30 or more in Lego stores will receive the new plant-shaped bricks free for the next few days.

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    The Drum (13 Jun 2018)

    ASA bans ads for horror movie Insidious after kids shown 'distressing' YouTube trailers

    SONY has received a ban on ads for its Insidious: The Last Key horror movie, inappropriately appearing on unstoppable pre-roll ads on children's content on YOUTUBE. The ASA received complaints from both parents and children that the trailers, featuring screaming, humanoid creatures and fanged demons were distressing. The ads had appeared before children's video content including clips from DISNEY movie Frozen, LEGO and Minecraft videos. 

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