The Daily Star is claiming "EASTER EGGS" have been "BANNED" so as not to offend "non Christians". By which it means it has heard there are some Easter eggs in the shops which don't have the word "Easter" on them (why should they, it's obvious what they are) and it's found a couple of try-hards willing to moan about this supposed "censorship" (one of whom just happens to be promoting his own brand of Easter eggs, of course).
Easter eggs haven't been "banned" and nor has the word 'Easter'.
A very quick look at the chocolate eggs being advertised online and in the shops clearly shows this claim to be a nonsense.
It is just the latest excuse for the Daily Star to indulge in some divisive finger pointing at "political correctness" and "non-Christians" and some free publicity for somebody peddling his own chocolate eggs.