In the absence of any evidence, the public health lobby weaponises children's voices to push through unnecessary new punitive taxes and regulations which make life more difficult for consumers and fortify the nanny state.
While Public Health England is cracking down on Marmite ads and Instagram pictures of cupcakes, the group of people arguably doing more than anyone else to make Britain healthier are private corporate investors.
The World Health Organisation was wildly unprepared for the pandemic because it spent so much of its time playing politics with sugar taxes, junk food ad bans and vaping restrictions, rather than serving its purpose.
So long as governments stay out of the way, the rate of innovation in health will only continue to accelerate as time goes on. There is no ceiling on innovation – and that’s as true for obesity as it is for anything else.
Under a thin veil of teaching, Confucius Institutes have allowed Beijing to quietly infiltrate British academia. Why are universities opening themselves up to the direct influence of the Chinese Communist Party?
I spoke to Bryan Hyde about banning glitter and why the private sector, not the state, holds the answers to our environmental woes for Moving Forward, the new radio show from Young Voices and Fed by Ravens Media.
A wind-powered nation is a nice idea. But the inconvenient truth is that a few wind turbines can't replace our reliance on fossil fuels. Nuclear power is the only way to quit coal without plunging Britain into darkness.
Private companies are doing more than the state ever has to combat climate change. The state is the problem and private enterprise is the solution — not the other way around. More government is never the answer.
As China reneges on its climate change commitments, now is the perfect time for Britain to step up and lead the way on both renewable energy and de-Sinoficiation by investing in promising clean energy projects around the world.