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Advert that encouraged loans to fund Brexit food stockpiling is banned

The UK Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) ruled that the advert could put “emotional pressure” on people to take out loans in order to feed their families.

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An advert by a financial services company has been banned because it encouraged people to take out loans to fund the stockpiling of food in the event that Brexit created food shortages.

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