Tories promise adspend cuts

May 2008
Campaign;5/16/2008, Issue 19, p2
Trade Publication
The article reports on the promise of the Tories to introduce a code of conduct to limit advertising campaigns by the British government if they win the general election. The Tories argue that a code is needed to guarantee impartiality and accuracy in campaigns as part of an effort to restore public trust in politics. The government is claimed to have spent £800 million in advertising.


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