Howard di Halifax è TORNATO.. e non è felice

Howard di Halifax è TORNATO.. e non è felice: Star of bank’s famous adverts fumes over pronoun badges as he brands its attitude towards disapproving customers ‘disgraceful

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  • He’s the face of one of Britain’s most memorable ad campaigns, famous for his catchphrase ‘Who gives you extra?’

    And now Howard from the Halifax is backand he’s less than happy about his old employer’s conduct in a row over the bank’s pronoun badges.

    Howard Brown, 55, was working at a branch in Birmingham when he was chosen to sing and dance in a series of TV adverts that propelled him to stardom 22 anni fa.

    The Halifax culture wars row began this week when the bank said it would allow staff to display their pronouns on their name badges.

    When customers expressed their opposition to the policy, an employee in charge of the account told one of them they were ‘welcome to close your account’.

    Il signor Brown ha detto: ‘I think it’s disgraceful. It’s a service industry – you should leave politics to the politicians. They’ve got this one wrong.

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    Howard Brown, 55

    A Halifax branch

    Howard Brown, 55 – the star of a memorable series of Halifax TV ads, has spoken out against his old employer’s treatment of customers over its new pronoun policy