To date, the UK sugar tax has cost consumers well over a billion pounds.

Christopher Snowdon
Thursday, January 26, 2023
Just before Britain’s sugar tax was introduced in April 2018, various advocates of the policy were handed £1.5 million of taxpayers’ money to evaluate it. Marking your own homework is considered perfectly normal in ‘public health’. With the case for sugary drink taxes now ‘proven’ in the fairytale world of ‘public health’ academia, taxes on ‘confectionery, biscuits, desserts, and cakes’ will no doubt be next. And when those taxes also patently fail to reduce obesity, we can expect a lavishly funded evaluation team to turn up wielding the carefully selected findings from another dodgy model to prove that those, too, have been a triumph.
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