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Jan Moir: Twitter forces Mail to pull all adverts

October 16, 2009 44 Comments

Update Rachel has commented below that she and others on a Facebook group had been even more proactive and along with others had been phoning the press offices / media buyers of the relevant advertisers. So I'm not sure I should claim too much credit for this ...

Original post: Oh my God, we've won. I started encouraging people to tweet to BT, M&S and Visit England asking them to pull their advertising from the disgusting Jan Moir Stephen Gately article.

This has happened! Even better, the Mail has pulled every advert from the page! See screenshot - the holes are where the ads were.

The holes are where the ads were ...

The holes are where the ads were ...

Another triumph for Twitter! If you were planning to blog about this, why not check out my campaign against cervical cancer vaccine scaremongering. I need bloggers to help. Thanks.

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