Lifestyle Economics

TfL ‘junk food’ advertising ban absurd


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Christopher Snowdon quoted in The Telegraph

Christopher Snowdon writes for the Spectator

Christopher Snowdon, Head of Lifestyle Economics at the IEA, reveals how Transport for London has fallen foul of its own ‘absurd’ restrictions on so-called junk food advertising.

Chris highlights multiple TfL adverts which had to be scrapped or re-designed because they featured foods such as crisps, bread, and strawberries and cream.

Read the full piece here.



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