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Tax On Sugary Drinks

Reports of leading medical body to place a 20 pence per litre levy on sugary soft drinks and are pressing for this to be introduced to this years budget. Increased sugar content in food and drinks have led to the contributing factor of an obesity epidemic which is having a detrimental affect on the NHS.

More than 60 organisations, including the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, are backing the recommendation by food and farming charity Sustain.

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