Public-health crusaders are becoming ever more desperate.
Having swapped taste for right-on ingredients, McDonald's has bought into the paternalism of foodies.
Sugar, food, sunshine, sitting down – everything fun is now labelled 'the new tobacco'.
Health campaigners demand ever more regulation of our lives – and it's our personal independence that is being shafted.
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A proposed tax on the sweet stuff would be another small blow against personal choice.
Sugar is delicious. We should not allow anti-sugar zealots to take away our right to enjoy it.
The claim that more than half of Britons will be obese by 2050 flies in the face of the data.
It’s perverse to expect us to panic about obesity in the Third World.