"Britain should introduce the world’s first sugar and salt reformulation tax and use some of the proceeds to expand free school meals and support diets in deprived communities, according to the National Food Strategy. It stopped short on recommending a levy on meat, while calling for measures to cut its consumption by 30% in the next decade."

There is nothing they won't ruin by idiotic bureaucracy. Even food now (not that it hasn't already happened).

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@waxwing It is all about more tax and centralized incentives deforming every aspect of life.
It is getting worse before it gets better, just not sure about the timescale and if it can change to the other direction in a peaceful manner or not.

Changing jurisdictions to prove the advantages of more freedom seems inevitable.

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