Sugar tax: 'Children used to call me fat'
Sugar tax: 'Children used to call me fat'
Chancellor George Osborne says money raised by a new tax on sugary drinks - an estimated £520m a year - will be spent on increasing the funding for sport in primary schools.
17 March 2016BBC NewsHealth
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