Iceland’s Christmas TV advert has been criminialized from UK radio as it has been deemed too political.

Clearcast, that pre-approves British TV advertising, said it was in crack of manners around domestic promotion as partial of a 2003 Communications Act.

The ad campaign focuses on a drop of a rainforest to make approach for palm-oil plantations, that is a hazard to a orangutans vital there.

In a statement, Iceland pronounced it worked with Greenpeace for a brief animation film - voiced by Emma Thompson - following a proclamation progressing this year to be a initial tradesman to mislay palm oil from all own-brand products with 130 products to be reformulated by a finish of 2018.

Greenpeace done a film and gave accede to Iceland to use it as a Christmas ad.