Advertising for "junk food" accounts for some $17 million in revenue for Transport for London. But London Mayor Sadiq Khan insists his plan to ban such advertising in Transport for London facilities won't "dent" the system's revenue. When asked what his plans are to make up that revenue, Khan responded, "We will still have that advertising space. We don't expect any change as we expect brands to advertise healthier foods instead."
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