Sadiq Khan bans junk food ads in London

Sadiq Khan has faced down the naysayers and banned junk food advertising across London transport. The city has the highest rates of child obesity across the UK.

26/02/2019 18:00updated: 05/03/2019 12:15
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  • Dario A.
    27/02/2019 16:53

    Get rid of those muslims..... What are you waiting for?

  • Francisco C.
    27/02/2019 14:24

    Please don't help. Thank you, and much appreciated.

  • Ruben M.
    27/02/2019 13:15

    Because knife, acid attacks and sharia patrols aren't bigger issues

  • Diego G.
    27/02/2019 12:15

    Omg someone loves pesto in the UK I'm crying

  • Luca L.
    27/02/2019 11:31

    Turning London into a caliphate - no reaction Ban pesto sauce - what the sheit, bruv!?!?!?

  • Klodiana K.
    27/02/2019 09:25

    I wander if it will have any impact. As long as the product is on the shelf and reachable 🙄🙄🙄

  • Gaici E.
    27/02/2019 09:22

    Wait a second,so he bans junk food just because a lot of parents are too stupid to encourage kids to eat healthy? Who's fault is this in here? I think there are bigger issues that needs more attention than junk food like wow i dunno giving actual punishments for pedophiles or finding a way how to recognize a pedophile when he/she is out of jail and tries to attack again? Cause from what i see it's a big problem in UK.

  • Federico G.
    27/02/2019 06:36

    Do they really consider pesto junk food?

  • Armanda H.
    27/02/2019 05:33

    This is all what left knows to do, ban some easy target for sensation, and propaganda out of it. Do not be surprized id someday Khan will decide that movies damage your morals and ban their advertisement on the tube. Piiiiihhhh

  • Matt S.
    26/02/2019 22:51

    He does love an easy target. How are the knife crime and acid attack numbers going?

  • Sam T.
    26/02/2019 22:41

    Glad khan is tackling the important issues

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