Junk Free TV
Does your MP agree?

After nearly 3 years of campaigning, we’re closer than ever to putting tempting junk food ads to bed.

The more junk food ads young people see on TV, the more they eat – for some, that could be over 500 extra snacks in a year.

Obesity is one of the biggest preventable causes of cancer in the UK so putting a stop to junk food ads on TV before 9pm, and similar restrictions online, can help protect future generations by protecting kids today.

Say goodnight to junk food ads

Earlier this year, the UK Government asked the public what it thinks of plans to restrict junk food ads. Now it's over to MPs to make sure we see results.

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