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Tory backlash grows over delay to junk food TV ad ban

Conservative MPs raise fears that Boris Johnson’s decision to ease cost of living crisis will help fuel obesity

Boris Johnson is already facing a growing backlash within his party over his decision to shelve a plan to ban “buy-one-get-one-free” supermarket deals and pre-watershed TV advertising for junk food.

The prime minister ordered the delay as part of a decree for Whitehall to find ways of easing the cost of living crisis. However, senior Tories have warned the delay risks heaping more pressure on the NHS and contributing to serious disease.

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