Barnardo’s must be delighted (though it claims to be ‘saddened’). Its series of controversial ads in the national press highlighting the issue of child poverty has run its course. And now the ads have been banned by the Advertising Standards Authority, leading to more media coverage and public discussion (eg Guardian report).
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