This Week was a BBC One current affairs and politics TV programme, screened late on Thursday evenings. It was hosted by former Sunday Times editor Andrew Neil, with a panel of two commentators, one each from the right and left of the political spectrum.
Ben and Jerry's has a growing list of companies pulling advertising from Facebook platforms during the whole of July
It is part of the Stop-and-hate-For-Profit campaign, which calls on Facebook for more stringent measures against racist and hateful content.
Ben and Jerry's Tweeted that it is "pause all" paid advertising on Facebook and Instagram in the USA".
at the beginning of This Week .
Ben and Jerry's said, it is with The Campaign , "all those calls that are used for Facebook , which will stop more of the action, its platforms, to share, to our nation, to the voters stir up and incite to racism and violence, press, and undermine our democracy. "
After the death of George Floyd in police custody, Ben and Jerry ' s chief executive, Matthew McCarthy, said: "companies should be Held Accountable ," as he plans to increase diversity.
Facebook has said he is committed to "advancing equity and racial justice."
"We are in the process of steps to review our policies, provide diversity and transparency in decisions on how we use our policy, and racial justice and voter engagement on our platform,"
dismissed The Statement on The Company 's Community standards, which can communicate, among other things, the recognition of The Platform 's importance as a "place where people feel called to, and we take very seriously our role in the conservation of the abuse our service".Stop the hate for Profit
Stop hatred for Profit campaign was launched last week by interest groups, including the Anti-Defamation League, The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, and the color Change.
Stop hatred for profit has called on advertisers to pressure from the society, stringent measures against racist and hate content on its platforms was fulfilled by stopping all spending for advertising with him in July.
against the tech giant, the decision to remove or to mark a post of the US President, Donald Trump .
The same message was shared on Twitter, where it was, on the grounds that it "glorified violence".