Is the sugar tax an example of the nanny state going too far? – Financial Times

Is the sugar tax an example of the nanny state going too far? – Financial Times
Financial TimesIs the sugar tax an example of the nanny state going too far?Financial TimesGeorge Osborne announced the long-debated sugar tax in his Budget this week. This will see a levy introduced on sugary drinks from 2018, so manufacturers have two years to change their recipes. The chancellor claims this will raise £500m a year, which …Extend sugar tax to biscuits and cereals, says government adviserThe GuardianUK sugar tax pledge likely to revive campaign in IrelandIrish TimesBritain is fighting childhood obesity with a new soda tax. But will it work?VoxDaily Mail -Co.Exist -Forbesall 421 news articles »
Is the sugar tax an example of the nanny state going too far? – Financial Times