Sugar tax: financially regressive but progressive for health? | Society | The Guardian

The Guardian claims that, as with tobacco tax, the health benefits in terms of disease reduction will be felt far more strongly among the less well-off.

Source: Sugar tax: financially regressive but progressive for health? | Society | The Guardian

The Guardian’s article is full of political bias. The case for restricting sugar consumption to protect health is overwhelming. The UK has a full blown obesity crisis. George Osborne was right to finally come down hard on sugar.

Thoughts?