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Iceland Christmas advert 'ban' a 'misunderstanding', says advisory body

Clearcast says supermarket's collaboration with Greenpeace violates BCAP Code but anti-palm oil message itself not at fault
Credit: Independent - Published

Iceland Christmas advert was not 'banned', says agency alleged to have banned it

Outcry over blocking of supermarket chain's commercial featuring Rang-tan the orangutan was based on 'misunderstanding', says Clearcast
Credit: Independent - Published

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Supermarket Iceland has seen its Christmas advert blocked from TV screens for being too political. Voiced by Emma Thompson and produced by Greenpeace, it features a cartoon orangutan and highlights the..

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO - Published

Iceland Christmas Advert Rang-tan [Video]Iceland Christmas Advert Rang-tan  01:32

Rang-tan is an emotive animation telling the story of rainforest destruction caused by palm oil production, and its devastating impact on the critically endangered orangutan.

Credit: HuffPost UK Clips STUDIO - Published

 

Iceland Christmas advert: Which products contain palm oil and why is it bad for the environment?

The banned Iceland Christmas advert stresses the damaging impact that production of palm oil can have on the environment
Credit: Independent - Published

Iceland Christmas advert: Petition to overturn TV ban on animated film surpasses 680,000 signatures

Campaign gathers pace as celebrities throw weight behind plea to allow broadcast
Credit: Independent - Published

How tragic the Iceland Christmas advert's been banned, says SIMON BARNES

how tragic the iceland christmas advert's been banned, says simon barnes
Supermarket Iceland planned to use the short video, originally created by Greenpeace, in an advert this Christmas but was banned for being 'too political' due to its criticism of the palm oil industry.
Credit: MailOnline - Published

Iceland Christmas advert banned for being too political receives widespread support

iceland christmas advert banned for being too political receives widespread support
The advert has received widespread support from the public
Credit: Dorking Leatherhead Advertiser - Published Also reported by •Surrey MirrorTelegraph.co.ukEssex ChronicleBrentwood GazetteNottingham PostLeicester Mercury

Iceland advert banned: Christmas ad ban blasted by 'devastated' viewers who demand powerful message be shown on television

Iceland's banned Christmas advert should be shown on TV, according to viewers [Getty] Iceland’s banned Christmas advert has sparked reactions with social media users, who are now calling for it to be..
Credit: OK! - Published

Iceland Christmas advert 2018: Supermarket's orangutan ad banned for being 'too political'

iceland christmas advert 2018: supermarket's orangutan ad banned for being 'too political'
Frozen food giant censured for breaking rules about political messages in ad
Credit: Stroud Life - Published Also reported by •Gloucestershire EchoGloucester CitizenNottingham PostLeicester Mercury

This is the Iceland Christmas advert banned before it's even on TV

this is the iceland christmas advert banned before it's even on tv
The hard-hitting animation has been rejected by the advertising watchdog
Credit: Bristol Post - Published

Here’s why you won’t see Iceland’s Christmas advert on TV this year

They're offering customers the choice of an orangutan friendly Christmas
Credit: Tamworth Herald - Published

WATCH: Supermarket chain Iceland's Christmas advert that has been BANNED from appearing on TV

Iceland's Christmas advert has been banned [Iceland] Iceland's new Christmas advert has been BANNED from appearing on television.  The supermarket chain's new advert has failed to secure approval from..
Credit: OK! - Published

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