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Adverts for cosmetic procedures will be banned from targeting under-18s next year, the regulator has announced. The new rules mean companies will not be able to advertise procedures that are designed to change a person’s physical appearance – including breast augmentation, or reduction, “tummy tucks”, eyelid surgery, nose reshaping, or facelifts. The ban also covers
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On today’s business podcast, Ian King explores the move countries are taking to try to reduce the wholesale cost of oil; Brewin Dolphin reveals it’s attracted a record amount of money from clients over the past year; and Podimo, the Danish audio subscription service, secures new investment as it looks to the future. :: Listen
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Consumers can expect a “scaled-back” Christmas this year as retailers reduce the range of products available to cope with supply chain pressures, MPs have been told. A lack of HGV drivers has strained supply chains and prompted fears of shortages on supermarket shelves this festive season. Shane Brennan, chief executive of the Cold Chain Federation,
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Two of Britain’s leading corporate figures are being appointed as directors of supermarket chain Asda as its shareholders forge closer ties to the fuel retailer they also own. Sky News has learnt that Lord Rose of Monewden, the former Marks & Spencer and Ocado chairman, and Dame Alison Carnwath, the former Land Securities chair, will
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