Daily roundup: Junk food, child porn and social work ethics

Tristan Donovan
Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Food firms accused of bypassing ad rules, government summit to tackle child porn online, and a code of ethics for social workers, all in the news today.

The Obesity Health Alliance has warned of ‚ÄĚrelentless exposure" of children to junk food advertising on TV and online. Picture: Morguefile
The Obesity Health Alliance has warned of ‚ÄĚrelentless exposure" of children to junk food advertising on TV and online. Picture: Morguefile

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