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Mars bars, Kit Kats and Dairy Milks will soon be up to 20% smaller, but the price is likely to stay the same. Part of the blame, though, is on the government.
If these companies don't want to be highlighted in a new report by Public Health England, they have to reduce the size and unhealthy content of their snacks.
Q) Do you think this is fair on snack companies?
Q) Is the government right to put these restrictions in place, or are they being unfair to snack companies?
Source: Mirror News
A few weeks ago, a petition was set up to block Donald Trump from visiting the UK. Even though it gained over 580,000 signatures the request was rejected, on the grounds that “the Government has a policy of not routinely commenting on individual immigration or exclusion cases”.
However, the Speaker of The House of Commons has now decided not to let Trump speak inside The House of Commons. His reason for this is that “being invited to Parliament is not a right, but an honour”.
Q) Do you think the Speaker is right to ban Trump from speaking at Parliament?
Source: Parliament Petitions
Source: The Independent
Recently, Lady Gaga gave an amazing performance at the Superbowl. However, people were praising her, not for her performance, but for the fact that she didn't use the opportunity to give political opinion.
It's now so common for celebrities to make political statements during their performances that it now shocks people when they don't.
Q) Should celebrities be getting involved in politics?
Twitter is rolling out new rules and regulations to protect users against harassment, abuse and hate speech, they say. One of the features to help with this is to give users the power to choose certain words to block.
For example, if a user doesn't want to see tweets about Trump, they can block the word Trump and they'll never be shown tweets that have the word Trump in.
Q) What do you think of this?
Source: BBC News