Jamie Oliver is taking a stand against junk food advertising aimed at children – and he's already got the backing of a number of famous parents. The celebrity chef launched his #AdEnough campaign on Monday, and is calling for the government to introduce a 9pm watershed on junk food advertising on TV and to restrict the messages children are exposed to online and in the street. The father-of-four has also encouraged the public to support the campaign by posting a selfie with their hands over their eyes, to show that the only ad-blocker we currently have is to look away.
The Duke of Cambridge today revealed he is a fan of Nando's – after being introduced to the restaurant chain by one of his detectives. William told Robert Brozin, who co-founded the brand in South Africa 31 years ago, that he had sampled his food. Pointing to his police protection officer, William said: "This man here is your biggest fan, he’s introduced me to Nandos. It’s very good. He should buy a stake in Nandos." William joins the ranks of high-profile fans of the chain, which is famed for its spicy Peri Peri chicken dishes, including Oprah Winfrey, Jay Z, David
Jools Oliver defiantly stood up for husband Jamie Oliver on Tuesday after her TV chef husband received a small amount of backlash over his new campaign against junk food advertising aimed at children. The father-of-five launched his #AdEnough campaign on Monday, and is calling for the government to introduce a 9pm watershed on junk food advertising on TV, and to restrict the messages children are exposed to online and in the street. However some wrote that TV wasn’t the only issue, noting that factors like poverty paid a big part too. Jamie Oliver's new campaign has recieved backlash Jools –