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Watchdog says posters underplay risks of investing in volatile and largely unregulated digital assets
Regulator finds Vype brand’s Lily Allen posts broke rules on marketing nicotine products
Radio ad says EU citizens need only a passport or ID card to apply for settled status
Criticism of watchdog’s decision under new stereotypes rules
Fintech firm’s advertising claims show huge volumes of personal data banks are sitting on
Large fines for failure to remove hate speech could be introduced if UK party wins next election
Martin Lewis’s fake ads lawsuit makes an obvious point — one that needed making
Watchdogs tell betting groups to take down advertisements that appeal to children
David Currie speaks out as number of problem gamblers soars
Betting company censured by watchdog over advert for Conor McGregor bout
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TV commercial featured people using tin cans as drums
Khan fulfils election pledge over bikini diet posters
Advertising Standards Authority to rule on misleading advertising
Advertising regulator rules sponsored content must be more clearly labelled
UK watchdog upholds complaint linked to sugar and child nutrition
Pharmaceutical group faces UK inquiry over painkiller claims following Australian court ruling
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