We hope over the coming years that our alternative nicotine products will continue to help many more adult smokers to make the switch.
The policy had real and sometimes tragic costs, but it isn’t obvious they could have been as easily avoided as some make out.
The Khan Review is a glimpse of what happens if puritans are given completely free rein to rule over their fellow citizens.
The Health Secretary knows voters are unlikely to back the Tories in 2024 in gratitude for getting Ukraine right.
We owe it to our children, and the NHS, to crack down on advertising and make sure healthy eating is always the easy choice.
Obesity is a complex problem, and squeezing low-income households with mandatory price hikes won’t solve it.
Of course there should be targeted interventions to meet the needs of at-risk groups, but the time for universal measures is over.
I am very pleased that the Treasury has refused to finance Mark Drakeford’s anti-science socialist agenda.
Of the rest, less than five per cent support a return to full-fat, all-in-this-together restrictions.
Christmas is a very difficult time for many addicts, and lockdown has exacerbated the loneliness at the root of their suffering.
A small inconvenience to most goes a long way towards protecting retail and transport workers who are more at risk.
Renewing the Coronavirus Act again would suggest that the Government has lost confidence in its vaccination programme.
It seems to be primarily about incentivising people to get jabbed – but ministers can’t say so, and the result is unconvincing bluster.
Mark Drakeford and his ministers are never slow to demand more powers, but seem much less keen on proper accountability.