Doctors call for price rise on fizzy drinks

Doctors have called on the price of fizzy drinks to be increased by 20% to help tackle rising obesity rates.

ITV News Political Correspondent Libby Wiener reports:

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Doctors demand a soft drink tax

Nearly all Britain's doctors want an increase in the price of fizzy drinks of around 20% to help tackle obesity. The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges is also calling for a crackdown in fast food restaurants close to schools.