UK imposes some of the highest taxes in Europe on cigarettes and alcohol
Christopher Snowdon quoted in the Daily Mail
Nanny State Index quoted in The Sun
The report shows that Brits pay some of the highest sin taxes on food, alcohol, and cigarettes anywhere in Europe.
Chris notes that the regulations brought in by the UK over the last two years, haven’t come from the EU but from the UK government’s own “highly paternalistic” approach.
Read the full piece here.
The 2019 Nanny State Index is available here.