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    Campaign (06 Dec 2018)

    KFC dancing spot banned for 'unsafe practice'

    KFC has had a 10-second TV ad banned by the ADVERTISING STANDARD AUTHORITY because it encourages 'unsafe practise'. The ad by MOTHER shows a woman dancing on the edge of a rooftop which KFC said the intention was to 'capture the carefree spirit' associated with its food. The ASA banned the spot because it may see young people try to emulate. It asked KFC to ensure it does not condone or encourage unsafe practise in its marketing.

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    Civil Society (22 Nov 2018)

    National Lottery reprimanded after advert placed outside a school

    CAMELOT has been targeted by THE ADVERTISING STANDARDS AUTHORITY for placing an ad for its National Lottery scratchcards outside a school. The poster was deemed to be in breach of laws around advertising at children under 16. Camelot said the ad was only placed there because a tool it uses to determine the location of schools failed.

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