Sugar tax: financially regressive but progressive for health? – The Guardian

Sugar tax: financially regressive but progressive for health? – The Guardian
The GuardianSugar tax: financially regressive but progressive for health?The GuardianGeorge Osborne’s best-kept budget secret – a sugar tax on soft drinks – has provoked a war of words between fizzy-drink producers, health experts, economists and thinktankers on the airwaves and on social media.Jamie Oliver Wins, UK Adds Soda TaxForbesBritain is fighting childhood obesity with a new soda tax. But will it work?VoxThe sugar tax backlash: Osborne’s new levy could force up price of diet drinks and even bottles of water, say criticsDaily MailFinancial Times -Telegraph.co.uk -The Independentall 348 news articles »
Sugar tax: financially regressive but progressive for health? – The Guardian