Plans by Theresa May to announce new “sin taxes” on the tobacco industry and sugary milkshakes have been delayed with campaigners concerned that the initiatives could be shelved indefinitely. The prime
A Conservative approach will seek to persuade us that any restriction on what we do is an assault on our freedom We are all children sometimes, desperate to ignore the fact that what we want is not always
Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek. There's no way out, even if Apple occasionally tells us there should be. These days, our iPhone
To the editor: With all the problems facing California, the nanny-state Legislature in Sacramento has enacted the CalSavers retirement plan. This program is for people who are too lazy or too shortsighted
Boris Johnson will end the “continuing creep of the nanny state” if he becomes prime minister, starting with a review of so-called “sin taxes” on sugary, salty and fatty foods. The former foreign secretary
Boris Johnson’s announcement that he will roll back the “nanny state” and review so-called sin taxes if he becomes prime minister, at first glance, seems like a bald grab for core Conservative Party members.