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Tesco advert causes backlash after “politicising” Christmas

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The supermarket has sparked a row with their new AD

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Some viewers were left outraged this week when Tesco released their new Christmas advert for 2021. It featured a breaking news bulletin where the newsreader revealed that due to Santa possibly having to isolate with COVID-19… Christmas could be CANCELLED.

However, one helpful lady powered by an e-scooter wasn’t willing to let that happen. When Santa arrived at UK Customs, he was allowed in as he showed his vaccine passport to the officer. Some have said this was inappropriate and politicised Christmas.

What do you make of the advert? Is it a funny and reflective view of current life? Or is it innapropriate and oppresive by the retailer?

Use the comments section below to share your thoughts.

Written by: George Icke - Reporter

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