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Iceland’s Christmas Advert has been banned, but you can watch it here

Iceland’s Christmas advert has been banned as its deemed too political!

Clearcast, the body responsible for vetting ads before they are broadcast to the public, said it was in breach of rules banning political advertising laid down by the 2003 Communications Act.

Watch yourself and see what you think

Iceland have partnered with Greenpeace to deliver the advert after earlier this year agreeing to remove all Palm Oil products from its shelves.

We do wonder when caring for the environment became a political action, surely we should be praising Companies who use their presence in the media to highlight environmental issues.

James Caldwell
Editor for the Business Bible. James took on the role in March 2019 and shares his vast experience of International Business and Trade. James was previously Director of an international events company in Manchester and still remains active in the events industry.
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