David Cameron has rejected calls from health experts for a tax on sugary food and drinks, despite a major report saying it could help tackle the country's obesity crisis.
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The numbers behind child health in England are frightening - no wonder the Prime Minister is being urged to act.
More than 70% of senior health professionals would support a tax on sugary foods and drinks, according to an ITV News poll.
A 20 per cent 'sugar tax' should be imposed on food and drink in a bid to help tackle the country's obesity and health crisis, a report says