Health minister Anna Soubry on healthy eating TV adverts

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Health Minister Anna Soubry said it was not for the government to tell people what to eat as she explained the TV adverts starting on Monday in England which offer information on "healthier better choices".

She rejected the "really daft idea" from shadow health secretary Andy Burnham to ban some types of high-sugar breakfast cereal aimed at children.

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