Paper Round (19 May) - Which clients are advertising in the national press?

The supermarkets encourage weekend BBQs while airlines hope to attract late summer flyers.

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M&S advises readers of The Times and the Daily Mirror to "throw something a little bit different on the barbie" in a half page ad.

Asda advertises its meat and fish ranges in the Daily Mail and wine and beer in The Daily Mirror, while Tesco also promotes BBQ food in the Daily Mail.

EasyJet launches a campaign to "tax planes not people" in The Times. The ad calls on readers to "fight the Government’s passenger tax increase".

Emirates meanwhile promotes flights to South Africa for "breathtaking" views while Ryanair advertises flights to Norway, both in The Guardian. advertises 50% off spa treatments throughout May in The Daily Telegraph.

The Times responds to Sainsbury’s "feed your family for £50" campaign with a cover page editorial promo asking "Can you really feed your family on just £50 a week?".

TalkTalk promises "better value for TalkTalk homes" in The Times.

Finally Asda's George clothing range takes out a full page in The Daily Mail to promote summer dresses.

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