Pressure grows for 20% tax on sugary drinks to fight childhood obesity – The Guardian

Pressure grows for 20% tax on sugary drinks to fight childhood obesity – The Guardian
The GuardianPressure grows for 20% tax on sugary drinks to fight childhood obesityThe GuardianA 20% tax on full-sugar colas, lemonades and other popular drinks will not curb child obesity by itself, says the health committee report, but it cites evidence from Public Health England (PHE), which the committee successfully fought to have published …MPs back sugar tax and ban on junkfood ads during X-factorTelegraph.co.ukCommons health committee puts weight behind UK sugar taxFinancial TimesSugar tax: MPs join call to cut £5bn a year cost of obesityThe IndependentMirror.co.uk -BBC News -WalesOnlineall 41 news articles »
Pressure grows for 20% tax on sugary drinks to fight childhood obesity – The Guardian