According to a Labour policy document leaked to the Mail on Sunday, the party's key changes to the sale and advertising of alcohol, junk food and tobacco, include:
Labour says: "Up to 35% of all A&E attendances and ambulance costs may be alcohol related and up to 70% at weekend peak times."
- End drinks firms sponsoring sporting events by 2020
- Introduce a minimum price for alcohol
- Restrict where drink could be sold in supermarkets
So "children born in 2015 will become the first smoke-free generation for hundreds of years."
- Ban smoking in cars with children present - a measure already backed by MPs
- Introduce plain packaging
"The health consequences of obesity alone are estimated to coat the NHS more than £5 billion every year and cases of malnutrition are on the rise," the document states.
- Ban on some high-sugar breakfast cereals
- Put an end to sweets at the supermarket checkout
- 9pm watershed on TV adverts of products that are high in sugar, fat and salt
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