Fight the BK ice cream ban
PP carries a copy of the Eastern Eye article which supports the ridiculous Rashad “I made an impact” Akhtar’s campaign to get the design changed. They are supported by the Muslim Association of Britain, whose Anas Al-Tikriti says:
One of the problems we regularly face is that when a consumer complains to a large company, which is able to make rapid changes, they make a cheesy statement but fail to act with speed. They will be seen to be an insincere company.
A 17-year-old student from London is also quoted to add gravitas to the cause:
They should have sorted this out when they found out. It feels like they do not care that they have offended us.
Which really means: “they do not care that we have decided to be offended by this”.