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‘Sugar Tax’ apply to prevent illness in UK.

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Despite knowing that excessive use of soft drinks and cold drinks have a bad effect on health, people are not ready to leave this habit. This is the reason why Britain has decided to protect its citizens from its danger. Yes, Britain will probably have to spend a little more to buy soft drinks soon, because the UK has been sugared tax on Thursday. It is part of the government’s plan to fight obesity and other related diseases related to sugar. The government will use the money raised to expand the facilities of sports for children in schools. More sweet drinks would be more expensive because the government has imposed a higher rate of tax on high-sweet drinks.

Under this, tax will be applicable @ 24 pence per liters per liter of beverage of up to 18 grams per liter and 80 grams or more sugar products of sugar at the rate of 50 grams per liter. The Soft Drinks Industry Tax (SUGAR tax) was announced by former British chancellor George Oswron in 2016. It will be recovered from UK’s soft drink manufacturers. If they want, then this burden of tax can be put on consumers.

Britain’s junior finance minister Robert said that being a part of our plan to fight the problem of obesity in childhood is sweet. Those soft drinks that have more sugar than today, have to pay this fee. He said that whatever fund will be mobilized, this will be used directly in the schools to develop new sport facilities, create healthier snack clubs and develop health habits in children. The government is expected to raise 24 million pounds a year from this tax. Under this, the rates of sugar up to 50 grams per liter will be 18 pence per liter and 24 grams per liter of 80 grams or more sugar products. Tax will apply. The Soft Drinks Industry Tax (SUGAR tax) was announced by former British chancellor George in 2016. It will be recovered from UK’s soft drink manufacturers. If they want, then this burden of tax can be put on consumers.

Britain’s junior finance minister Robert said that being a part of our plan to fight the problem of obesity in childhood is sweet. Those soft drinks that have more sugar than today, have to pay this fee. He said that whatever fund will be mobilized, this will be used directly in the schools to develop new sport facilities, create healthier snack clubs and develop health habits in children. The government is expected to raise 24 million pounds a year from this tax.