More grilling needed for celebrity chefs
Mark Littlewood writes in The Times
Prof. Len Shackleton appears on GB News and talkTV
Christopher Snowdon writes in The Spectator
“The point is that he would be the first to describe himself an activist and yet he is never asked the questions that activists, let alone politicians, are asked. He gets the celebrity interview when he should be getting the political interview. He has never been hauled up on the facts. He has never been given a grilling.”
“Even the most blatantly false claims went unchallenged. It is not true, for example, that baby food is ‘totally unregulated’. Nor is it true that the sugar tax ‘created more choice’. At one point, Oliver even asserted – without rebuke – that the £300 million a year cost of the sugar tax is ‘not passed onto consumers’.”
Christopher’s full article can be read here.