Lifestyle Economics

The Unwanted Rise of Nanny state Policies on the Right and Left


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Christopher Snowdon

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Christopher Snowdon quoted in Guido Fawkes

The IEA’s Head of Lifestyle Economics Christopher Snowdon has been quoted in Guido Fawkes, discussing the findings revealed in the 2023 edition of the Nanny State Index and the potential for further government regulation.

Christopher wrote:

“With the UK introducing some of the world’s most nannying policies on food, it’s no surprise to see it rising up the league table against stiff competition. The UK scores poorly in every category except e-cigarettes where it is the best in show… With alcohol taxes rising sharply this year and more food regulation to come, things will only get worse.”

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