Government food strategy must not be informed by “mad policies”
Matthew Lesh writes for The Times
Christopher Snowdon comments for The Guardian
Dimbleby’s review proposed that the government increase taxes on sugar and salt to fund healthier food for society’s poorest.
However, Christopher argues that Dimbleby had “come up with mad policies” and had been “taken in by activists”.
He urged the government:“Stop asking people to do pointless reviews and come up with policies yourself! These are unforced errors and totally avoidable headaches.”
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