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    Children and advertising – the debate

Children and advertising – the debate

Research published yesterday by the UK consumer organisation Which? shows that regulations to prevent the advertising of junk food to children are not applicable to the TV programmes attracting the largest audiences of under-tens. This anomaly goes to the heart of the key moral question posed by such regulation, Ben Cooper writes, while the findings may well make further regulation more likely.

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