Cameron Says He'd Rather Not Put New Tax on Sugary DrinksBy
Prime minister refuses to rule out levy to help tackle obesity
Government seeks cooperation with food industry on sugar
U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron said he’d rather not put new taxes on sugary foods and drinks but refused to rule out the possibility as his government seeks to tackle rising obesity and the fallout for the state-run National Health Service.
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