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ISBA's director of public affairs Ian Twinn has responded to Tessa Jowell's comment on banning 'sexist advertising' on the underground network..
ISBA’s director of public affairs Ian Twinn and the director of media and advertising Bob Wootton have responded to the initial stages of the debate surrounding the future of the BBC, advising circumspection around the introduction of advertising on BBC services.
The SACN report published today sets out the impact of sugar in our diet. Recommending cuts in our sugar intake and set out what may happen is their advice is ignored.
The Secretary of State for Culture John Whittingdale announced the review of the BBC Charter. Ian Twinn ISBA's head of public affairs, said:
“Advertisers will take a very close interest in the review announced by John Whittingdale. Most of us as individuals will have a fondness for ‘Auntie’ balanced by the occasional flashes of irritation.