If we fail to tax sugary drinks, we fail our poorest children – The Guardian

If we fail to tax sugary drinks, we fail our poorest children – The Guardian
The GuardianIf we fail to tax sugary drinks, we fail our poorest childrenThe GuardianIn our report published today, the Common’s health committee urges David Cameron to include a 20% tax on sugary drinks. We do not believe that this is an attack on low-income families, as industry lobbyists will no doubt claim, but rather an essential …Sugar tax: Is it enough to solve the obesity crisis?The IndependentTax on sugary drinks backed by MPsBBC NewsSUGAR TAX: MPs call for levy on soft drinks to tackle UK obesity crisisExpress.co.ukTelegraph.co.uk -Reuters -Financial Timesall 85 news articles »
If we fail to tax sugary drinks, we fail our poorest children – The Guardian