Pricing and availability are subject to change.Easter is fast approaching, and in advance of Easter Sunday, which falls on April 12 this year, shoppers are steadily filling their cupboards with sweet treats.While some may be bulk buying Creme Eggs, others are looking for other tasty treats to satisfy their sweet tooth.The good news: Amazon is selling a pack of 48 milk chocolate Lindor eggs.The pack usually retails for 37.94 on the shopping site, but the giant set is now on sale as it has been reduced to just 32.18.Buy it: Lindt Lindor Milk Chocolate Egg in a display tray 32.18 (Was 37.92) from AmazonThe Lindor chocolate eggs boast a melt in the mouth centre, with a hard milk chocolate casing, all of which are individually wrapped in the signature red foil, and come in a cardboard tray.The decadent treats are made from sugar, vegetable fats, cocoa butter, as well as cocoa mass, whole milk powder, and barley malt extract.This means the chocolate eggs are not suitable for vegans.Amazon also warn the little coco nuggets may contain hazelnuts and other nuts.Customers can’t get enough of the giant batch, which has received 77% worth of five star ratings.One shopper hailed the set a “brilliant product” and “very good value for money”, while other buyers have insisted it is a great purchase for those hosting a party, or for any upcoming holidays.”Very good product, will buy again”, read one review.Another shared: “Lindt chocolate at a competitive price , perfect for our holiday abroad.”A third gushed: “I love these so I bought a full box. I gave more than half away at Easter and everybody loved them too.”The Daily BeastFox News Host Admits She Doesn’t Trust Fox Polls, Deliberately Misleads PollstersFox News host Melissa Francis admitted on Thursday that she doesn trust her own network polling conducted by a group considered among the industry most trustworthy pollsters while also claiming on air that she deliberately misleads pollsters when they call her. With President Donald Trump trailing former Vice President Joe Biden by double digits in many national and battleground state polls, a narrative has formed that there are so called “secret Trump voters” who don feel comfortable expressing their support for the president.
Facebook is now thinking about following suit, although Wagner wrote that no decisions have been made.Although a ban on political ads looks like a straightforward solution, it’s a lot more complicated than it seems. The biggest challenge is defining a political ad, given that there are plenty of gray areas. If the League of Women Voters wants to promote a video on how to register to vote, is that a political ad? (No.) If President Trump wants to do the same, is that a political ad? (Maybe.) How about if Trump wants to urge people not to vote by mail? (Definitely.)Granted, Facebook is a big part of the internet advertising ecosystem.