"[...] The “domino theory” i.e. that once a measure has been applied to tobacco it will be applied to other products is patently false. The same argument was used against the ban on tobacco advertising, but 9 years after the tobacco ban in the UK, alcohol advertising is still permitted with no sign of it being prohibited."It's not been difficult, since then, to find a glut of examples proving her to be disastrously deluded with regard to alcohol.
She's also hilariously wrong when it comes to food, fizzy drinks and chocolate though.
Coca-Cola, McDonald’s and Cadbury’s are being given an “unrivalled platform” to promote unhealthy brands and products at the Olympics, says a new study.After all, it's all written in the
According to its authors the Children’s Food Campaign, the junk food companies have been given a global platform by London 2012 despite contributing only around 2 per cent of the International Olympic Association’s income.
The campaigners called for a ban on junk food brands from sponsoring future sporting events.