EDITORIAL: Come clean if there is nothing to hide

Shame on the Institute of Practitioners in Advertising and TV sales chiefs for adopting an ostrich-like pose in the wake of the awkward questions asked of TV sales policies by the Office of Fair Trading.

Shame on the Institute of Practitioners in Advertising and TV sales

chiefs for adopting an ostrich-like pose in the wake of the awkward

questions asked of TV sales policies by the Office of Fair Trading.



If they have nothing to hide, why are they acting with all the disarming

honesty of a man approaching a customs desk with his underpants stuffed

full of gold watches?



Such furtive behaviour can only encourage the OFT’s belief that a large

can of worms is just waiting to be opened.



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