Britain is one of the worst nanny states in Europe
Catherine McBride writes for CapX
Christopher Snowdon writes for the Spectator
Chris outlines the best – and worst – countries for nanny statism, with most of the changes coming as a result of countries adopting tougher restrictions on smoking, vaping, drinking, and sugary or fatty foods.
The UK has slipped from second place to fourth, but only because a flurry of anti-vaping and anti-alcohol activity in Estonia and Lithuania has led to those countries jumping up the table.
Read the full piece here.
Download the 2019 Nanny State Index here.