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David Wadsworth 9h
Replying to @Lord_Sugar
I thought you'd flicked off a while ago, dame sucrose. Oh well, won't be long now, you'll be leaving these shores on Friday when Jeremy strides purposely into number 10. 👋👋👋🤡
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GreedSpam 16h
Replying to @GreedSpam
8 To insinuate "added sugar" is disingenuous, consumers don't need to be told about it. Its absolutely intrinsic to the product names: Caramel syrup, Hot Chocolate, Real Milk, Whipped Cream (calories). "We (AOS, CRUK, BDA) want on hot drinks."
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Doozy Life 4h
When the sugar tax was introduced in 2014, it was met with some criticism. But there is no denying it has had an impact. Some energy drinks have even lowered their sugar levels by a full two teaspoons!
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Sabrina Maggioni Dec 8
I “pagliacci” dicono di aver risolto il problema delle Le hanno solo rimandate x non perdere Qs governo potrà anche arrivare a fine legislatura ma quando voteremo pagherete caro elettoralmente tutti i gli inganni
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All Singapore Stuff Dec 8
No sugar still more expensive? How to be at war with diabetes?
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Aaron Hubble 6h
Replying to @Lord_Sugar
I could write out a cheque saying the same number you bellend, doesn’t mean it’ll go through. 🤦🏼‍♂️
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Mario Mazzocchi Dec 6
The level of political debate about the Italian sugar tax is depressing. It ignores the rationale of the tax, and the evidence from (many) other countries which implemented it.
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Anna Maria Bernini 30m
Dopo e è arrivata la 🚩 Communist Tax! A e tassano anche lo zucchero del caffè ma stanziano 400.000 euro per festeggiare il partito comunista italiano. 🤬 Ma a voi sembra normale?
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Dorian Gray Dec 7
- Visto? Siamo riusciti a rinviare , e abbiamo azzerato la tassa sulle auto aziendali. Nessuno dica più che siamo il governo delle tasse. - Ma le avete proposte voi.. - E infatti non sono passate senza il nostro consenso. Basta hate speech!
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Martin McEvoy Dec 3
Fucking ? Evil bastard's money making for the government is all it is, another way to tax more people that cannot afford it.
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Elle Grant Dec 8
Replying to @michaelgove
What about the ? Promoting not a good choice!
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GreedSpam 19h
In lieu of 's rather convenient sabbatical This thread is a counter offensive refuting the demonisation of sugar in & the extension of health taxes (SDIL) via BBC , on naturally consumed foods. repeal
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sarahjanefromupthelane Dec 5
whilst it’s a good idea and may change behaviors. It won’t really stop people from buying sweet things. The price of cigarettes is phenomenal but I still smoke. You can put up the price of chocolate but I’d still eat it ? So what is the answer ? It’s a lifestyle choice
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𝘔𝘢𝘵𝘵 𝘏𝘰𝘱𝘤𝘳𝘢𝘧𝘵 🦷 Dec 2
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Laughing Lasses Dec 3
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Mike Szczesniak Dec 3
Sugar "consumption has fallen to record lows, but candy superstores in the neighbouring country are booming as the levy rises again"
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MsKnight #FBPE Dec 7
there are so many issues in this that may sound minor. Yet I care about it bc I’m afraid I’ve contributed to corps getting to children through market research. It does affect their health & parents don’t stand a chance against corps without laws to protect them
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Edmond Dantès Dec 8
Vogliono liberalizzare le canne però poi occhio che lo zucchero fa male
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mickellahaddock Dec 3
Coke and cocaine both overly priced both insanely addictive
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GreedSpam Dec 7
Replying to @darrengrimes_
The global (cross party) cunning agenda of sweeping health taxes - broaden . Fake Conservatives complicit. The study's totally fudged. See Pret (in court again for Manslaughter, Press blackout) as "healthy" option.
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