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  • Tesco's anti-naughty list ad relieves pandemic guilt
  • Tesco's anti-naughty list ad relieves pandemic guilt
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Tesco's anti-naughty list ad relieves pandemic guilt

According to Tesco’s Christmas campaign, there's no naughty list in 2020. Its lighthearted message – that, after the year we’ve had, everyone deserves a bit of Christmas indulgence – is likely to hit home and align with people’s desires for fun and festivity at the end of a challenging year.

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