An atheist UK bus campaign which uses the slogan “There’s probably no God” does not breach the advertising code, a watchdog has ruled.
The Advertising Standards Authority said it assessed 326 complaints. Some claimed the wording was offensive to people who followed a religion.
But the body concluded the adverts were unlikely to mislead or cause widespread offence and closed the case.
The £140,000 campaign was launched by the British Humanist Association.
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) said it would not be further investigating any complaints about the campaign, which was launched on British buses and the London Underground on the 6 January.
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