A Labour spokesman said papers leaked to The Mail on Sunday detailing plans for a tough clampdown on the sale and advertising of alcohol, unhealthy food and tobacco if the party was in Government, "represents a wide range of options" but was not official party policy.
Improving public health is crucial to people's quality of life. That's why we've rightly pressed the Government to end their opposition to plain cigarette packaging.
This paper represents a wide range of options and not Labour party policy.
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