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Jamie Oliver: 'Bold' sugar tax to beat childhood obesity

The celebrity chef, Jamie Oliver, has called for a sugar tax to help reduce childhood obesity.

Mr Oliver said it was right to target fizzy drinks rather than other sources, such as chocolate bars, because people did not realise just how much sugar was in such drinks.

The BBC's Health Editor Hugh Pym reports

  • 19 Oct 2015
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