There is a gaping need for a strong collective of voices speaking up for personal freedoms. We urgently need a Civil Liberties Research Group.
Let’s not squander everything we have worked so hard for by mindlessly outsourcing our tobacco harm reduction policy to the World Health Organisation.
America should learn from Britain’s mistakes – taxes and regulations aren’t the solution to the obesity crisis.
Even a cursory glance at the science on this ought to make it clear just how unwise the path of exponential state interference is.
America: Learn from Britain’s mistakes. Obesity is the next pandemic, but new punitive regulations are not the way to confront it.
We are consistently showing our willingness to eschew proven, effective, harm-reduction policies in favour of wildly overdone and entirely unprecedented infringements on our civil liberties.
This intervention would put a strain on a hospitality industry that is already suffering.
In the absence of any evidence, the public health lobby weaponises children’s voices to push through unnecessary new punitive taxes and regulations which make life more difficult for consumers and fortify the nanny state.
There is no good reason why the environment should be widely perceived as a socialist issue – that ideological ground is ripe for the taking.
While Public Health England is cracking down on Marmite ads and Instagram pictures of cupcakes, the group of people arguably doing more than anyone else to make Britain healthier are private corporate investors.