July 24th, 2006

upsidedown

And now they want to ban Kinder Surprise Eggs...

http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm200102/cmhansrd/vo020703/debtext/20703-09.htm

Of course they aren't suitable for small children, but does that mean they shouldn't be available to larger children either?

Ferrero UK made a statement saying: "The European Commission and governmental bodies in the EU have found no evidence that toys marketed like Kinder Surprise pose any greater risk to children than other toys with small parts"

Surely this is just a case of needing a clearer warning than a ban?
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