Kate Andrews' comments on Labour's proposed public health reforms feature in The Telegraph

Communications Manager at the Adam Smith Institute, Kate Andrews, was quoted in The Telegraph on Labour’s proposals to ban a range of fatty foods and further regulate the alcohol and tobacco industries:

However, Kate Andrew form the Adam Smith Institute said that the proposed restrictions were “deeply illiberal”.

“Labour is not even in government and already it is drunk on power,” she said. “We cannot pass the buck to an increasingly power-mad nanny.”

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