McDonald's And Burger King Melt Under Pressure Over Free Plastic Toys

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The United Kingdom branches of fast food giants McDonald’s and Burger King will both curb their practice of giving out free plastic toys with children's meals after a petition asking them to stop garnered half a million signatures.
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