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Artist or CreatorScott [Clissold; Scott]
Title or CaptionLabour proposes sugary cereal ban
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Published bySunday Express
Date06 Jan 2013
FormatNewspaper
Embedded text or transcriptMiliband's Sugar-Coated Policies *Caution may contain nausea
They're Grrrrreat!
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blurgh!
Person DepictedMiliband; Ed (Edward Samuel) (1969-)
Implied textBreakfast cereals: Frosties advertising slogan "They're Greeeat!"
NotesNews: "Infants as young as one are having milk teeth extracted in hospital under anaesthetic because they are so badly decayed. A Sunday Express investigation reveals tooth decay is now the third most common reason for children to be admitted as in--patients and up to 36,000 under--16s are hospitalised every year for extractions. Some need all 20 milk teeth taken out. .... Andy Burnham, Labour's Shadow Health Secretary, who last week called for a ban on high--sugar breakfast cereals, said: "Large amounts of sugar in foods and drinks aimed at children are fuelling the problem." ... " Lucy Johnston, Sunday Express
SubjectsLabour Party
cereals
sugar
Labour Party policy
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