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    Kobby Mendez (2019) ©
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Britons confused by mixed messages from gov on food

With research showing a link between obesity and COVID-19, the UK government has announced plans to ban junk food adverts on TV and online prior to the 9pm watershed. While Britons are happy to see authorities focus on public health, they're confused by conflicting messaging about food.

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