Boris Johnson on TV ban for some foods to tackle obesity

The costs of the NHS dealing with obesity in the UK are “vast” and it was time to “get a grip on it”, the PM has said.

The government is to impose a UK-wide ban on TV adverts for food high in sugar, salt and fat before 9pm to help tackle the problem.

Boris Johnson said some people think was “going too far” but he thought the government was “taking the right approach”.


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