GB News advertisers – July update

A huge thanks again to the Stop Funding Hate volunteer team, who are continuing to monitor GB News advertisers. Since our last update, we’ve been told Tunnocks have stopped their GB News advertising, while a number of brands who had featured in our earlier lists have not been seen by our volunteers this week.

This week’s GB News advertisers have included:

Sainsbury’s, Duracell, TU Clothing, Kelloggs

Pringles, Select Specs, Beconase, Trailfinders

Now Broadband, Lebara, Affordable mobiles, Direct Bullion

Flagstone, Homefire, AM Philips Ford Dealer, Currensea

The British Army, Royal Navy, Postcode Lottery, Etoro

Compare the Market, Lovely Flora, M&Co., Age Partnership

Ford, Key Equity Release, Moneyfarm, Appeal Blinds / Haus Awning

Itchpet, Dormeo,,, H20HD

NM Money Gold, Flagstone, AM Philips Ford Dealer, Parent Claim Line

How to take action:

If you are a customer (or employee) of one of these brands, you can take action by sending them a polite and friendly message on Twitter, Facebook or email, encouraging them to rethink their advertising on GB News, and explaining why it matters to you.

It’s most effective if you send a message in your own words, but here’s some background information that might be useful:

It’s worth remembering that some of the advertisers listed above may be unaware that they have been appearing on GB News, as the agency that handles ad sales for GB News (Sky Media) also sells advertising across a range of other channels.

There’s more information here about Stop Funding Hate, and the impact of our campaign so far. If you’re able to help build our movement tackling toxic media, please consider becoming a committed supporter and making a regular donation.