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Here come the food police - in full SWAT mode.

At least on the other side of the North Sea:

"The Netherlands Nutrition Centre wants the brakes put on the growth of snack bars and fast food restaurants. In neighbourhoods with an abundance of such outlets, it wants local authorities to prevent any more being opened. In areas around schools, its demands are even stricter: it wants a complete ban on any business selling fast food".

How long before our very own soi-disante 'liberals' float that idea in these parts, or have they already done so?


I don't suppose there is much point bewailing the death of personal responsibility and that the freedom not to deal with the consequences of one's actions is only for children and gods.


(Blogging, in the time honoured phrase, will be light for a few days as the Futures of Croydonian-kind are visiting)

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Blogger Letters From A Tory said... 8:50 am

Surely the government should be forcing them to produce nutritional information about their food instead of blocking them?  



Anonymous JuliaM said... 8:53 am

"At least on the other side of the North Sea..."

Hold your horses. We're catching up.  



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