Kate Andrews writes for the Sunday Express
“You might have thought that with Venezuela’s dictator Nicolas Maduro making all the headlines, Tony the Tiger wouldn’t rank high on the list of public enemies who must be overthrown. Unfortunately, you’d be wrong.
Last week, Labour launched a character assassination on Tony – an amazing feat when you consider that Tony is a cartoon. His crime? Appearing on the side of a box of cereal which, according to deputy leader Tom Watson, is an “obesity-inducing” product. Tony’s time is up, according to Tom. Either Kellogg’s bans him and his other cartoon friends from their packaging, or Labour – if or when it gets the chance – will force them to do so.
Force is a tactic politicians across the spectrum are becoming increasingly comfortable with when it comes to controlling our lifestyles and personal decision-making.
Under the guise of “public health strategy”, we’re being made to pay more, consume less and struggle to access the products we want to eat and drink, because nosy politicians and faceless bureaucrats can’t help but intrude on our daily lives.”
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