Two ads for Imperial Tobacco’s Rizla cigarette rolling papers have been banned for appealing to under 18s and suggesting that smoking is safe.
Advertising Standards Authority
The City watchdog is to investigate fintech unicorn Revolut’s “single-shaming” advertising campaign following a series of complaints.
Children see 161.2 television ads every week but declining exposure to age-restricted products means just one is for alcohol and almost three are related to gambling, latest figures show.
UK clothes retailers have been ordered to take immediate action to ensure they are not advertising real fur as “faux” in a crackdown on misleading advertising.
An ad for Red Bull suggesting that the energy drink could help workers to achieve a 4pm finish has been banned for implying it can increase focus and concentration.
Two television ads for Volkswagen promoting a safety feature on one of its cars have been banned for encouraging irresponsible driving.
A watchdog will start monitoring sweeps for delivery charge rogue traders from today.
Scots are paying £36.3million more than the rest of the UK for “extortionate” delivery charges, it has been revealed.
A luxury online store has been criticised by the UK's advertising regulator for claiming it delivered "anywhere" - while ruling out sending items to the islands.