Surprised to see Limerick leader advertising British Army Jobs
I was on the Limerick Leader website and clicked on the link
Gerry McLoughlin: rugby hero, councillor, 816th mayor of Limerick city video
Labour councillor Gerry McLoughlin was elected the 816th Mayor of Limerick at the AGM of Limerick City Council on Monday night.
I then clicked on the link to view the video of Gerry's election night.
To my surprise,I was shown a recruitment advertisement for the british army before the video proper played.
Ironic indeed given the fact that under the caption of "Gerry McLoughlin: rugby hero, councillor, 816th mayor of Limerick city" was an advertisement for the same army that murdered a couple of previous Mayors of Limerick.
(a) to induce, procure or persuade any person in the State to accept or agree to accept any commission or engagement in any military, naval or air force maintained by the Government of any other State, or
(b) to print within the State or cause or procure to be printed within the State any notice or advertisement in relation to the procurement of personnel for any military, naval or air force maintained by the Government of any other State, or
(c) to publish or cause or procure to be published within the State any such notice or advertisement as is mentioned in paragraph (b) of this subsection which is printed within the State.
Perhaps, but I don't see a youtube link on the video?
I cant see the what they are using, but its obviously some form of video hosting site that makes you watch adverts first. the paper have most likey just linked to that site so may have no control over what advert is shown.
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