Tory MP Sarah Wollaston responds to concerns over proposed confectionery till ban

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The Health and Social Care Committee has recommended the ban of confectionery by till points in an attempt to tackle childhood obesity
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Conservative MP Sarah Wollaston has responded to concerns surrounding proposals to ban confectionery by checkouts and aisle ends. The proposals were written as part of upcoming revisions to the Childhood Obesity Plan. In a letter to Ms Wollaston, a retailer, who asked not to be named, said: “This is a poor idea on your behalf and confectionery is a big part of my business. More emphasis…

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