Government Strategy Doesn’t Add Up – Peter

According to an IPA report, the UK government stopped ‘non-essential’ spending on marketing for public health campaigns. This resulted in a massive drop in the number of people applying to quit smoking and healthier living programs.   It’s thought that this policy has cost lives, although they have reversed their decision now.   This demonstrates the importance of advertising messages as well as the benefit these programs offer.

 

 

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