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But the body concluded the adverts were unlikely to mislead or cause widespread offence and closed the case.

Is this really the criteria that the ASA are basing their decisions on' Whether something will cause widespread offence' I think the ASA need a much more considered approach to what can and cannot be plastered on buses.

Wed, 21 Jan 2009 10:29:00 UTC | #309884