1. Poll: Should eating on public transport be banned to help fight obesity?  thejournal.ie
  2. Obesity: Ban snacking on public transport, top doctor says  BBC News
  3. No-deal Brexit could lead to deaths in NHS, warns chief medical officer  The Times
  4. Ban snacks on buses, says outgoing 'nanny-in-chief' Dame Sally Davies  Daily Mail
  5. BBC Breakfast guest shuts down Charlie Stayt in heated transport food ban debate  Express
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England’s chief medical officer made the suggestion in a report published today.England’s chief medical officer made the suggestion in a report published today.

Poll: Should eating on public transport be banned to help fight obesity?

England's top doctor also wants to see extra taxes placed on unhealthy foods to tackle child obesity.England's top doctor also wants to see extra taxes placed on unhealthy foods to tackle child obesity.

Obesity: Ban snacking on public transport, top doctor says - BBC News

England’s most senior medical adviser has warned that people could die as a result of shortages of medical supplies in the event of a no-deal Brexit.Professor Dame Sally Davies, the outgoing chief medical officer, told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme: “Everyone has worked very hard to prepare but I wiEngland’s most senior medical adviser has warned that people could die as a result of shortages of medical supplies in the event of a no-deal Brexit. Professor Dame Sally Davies, the outgoing chief...

No-deal Brexit could lead to deaths in NHS, warns chief medical officer | News | The Times

New rules should also include extrending the sugar tax, only selling healthy food at sporting events and capping the calorie count at restaurants New rules should also include extrending the sugar tax, only selling healthy food at sporting events and capping the calorie count at restaurants

Eating should be banned on public transport, says major new report - Hull Live

England's Chief Medical Officer, Dame Sally Davies, believes the idea would stop kids snacking on fatty and sugary treats England's Chief Medical Officer, Dame Sally Davies, believes the idea would stop kids snacking on fatty and sugary treats

Call for obesity-fighting ban eating on public transport and plain packaging for junk food - Chronicle Live

"Unhealthy options appear to flow freely, flooding high streets, shops and checkouts.""Unhealthy options appear to flow freely, flooding high streets, shops and checkouts."

Should eating be banned on trains and buses? - Wales Online

Professor Dame Sally Davies also wants chocolate and crisps to be sold in plain packets Professor Dame Sally Davies also wants chocolate and crisps to be sold in plain packets

Ban eating and drinking on public transport, says health chief - Manchester Evening News

Eating and drinking on public transport, especially on crowded buses or trains, can be unpleasant for those required to watch it.Eating and drinking on public transport, especially on crowded buses or trains, can be unpleasant for those required to watch it.

We must tackle obesity, but banning people from eating on public transport is a step too far

“🔹We cannot guarantee the supply of drugs & supplies 🔹 We cannot rule out deaths 🔹 Patients are at risk - Outgoing Chief Medical Officer of NHS England, Dame Sally Davies, explicit on the dangers of No Deal on @BBCRadio4 just now 😔”

Rachel Clarke on Twitter: "🔹We cannot guarantee the supply of drugs & supplies 🔹 We cannot rule out deaths 🔹 Patients are at risk - Outgoing Chief Medical Officer of NHS England, Dame Sally Davies, explicit on the dangers of No Deal on @BBCRadio4 just now 😔… https://t.co/5U0yczIky3"

“Chief medical officer Sally Davies wants eating and drinking prohibited on all forms of public transport. The prospect of a train journey into London without a bag of Nice ‘n Spicy Nik Naks is, quite frankly, outrageous.”

Kate Robbins on Twitter: "Chief medical officer Sally Davies wants eating and drinking prohibited on all forms of public transport. The prospect of a train journey into London without a bag of Nice ‘n Spicy Nik Naks is, quite frankly, outrageous."

“A parting shot from the outgoing Chief Medical Officer, Sally Davies, the swivel-eyed face of the modern ‘public health’ movement.”

Christopher Snowdon on Twitter: "A parting shot from the outgoing Chief Medical Officer, Sally Davies, the swivel-eyed face of the modern ‘public health’ movement.… https://t.co/ysGItcK4Ni"

“Ban eating on public transport to tackle obesity, urges outgoing chief medic ⁦@UKAMREnvoy⁩ https://t.co/pux7bYkRP4”

Jeremy Farrar on Twitter: "Ban eating on public transport to tackle obesity, urges outgoing chief medic ⁦@UKAMREnvoy⁩ https://t.co/pux7bYkRP4"

Crumby medic IMAGINE a nightmarish future society where ­buying biscuits is an act of shame. Where chocolate, by law, is hidden in plain wrappers like cigarettes. Where football grounds have to ban…

Chief Medical Officer Sally Davies lives for taxes, bans and hammering the poor whose diets she abhors – The Sun

BBC BREAKFAST host Charlie Stayt welcomed former Chief Medical Officer for England Dame Sally Davies onto the show this morning to chat about the proposal to ban food on public transport. However things quickly became very heated as Charlie appeared to struggle to keep the interview under control. BBC BREAKFAST host Charlie Stayt welcomed former Chief Medical Officer for England Dame Sally Davies onto the show this morning to chat about the proposal to ban food on public transport. However things quickly became very heated as Charlie appeared to struggle to keep the interview under control.

BBC Breakfast guest shuts down Charlie Stayt in transport food ban debate | TV & Radio | Showbiz & TV | Express.co.uk

Eating and drinking on public transport should be banned to help cut childhood obesity, the UK’s outgoing chief medical adviser has said. VAT should be hiked on the unhealthiest foods to subsidise fruit and veg; and cafes, restaurants and pubs would face limits on calories per serving, under suggested plans.Eating and drinking on public transport should be banned to help cut childhood obesity, the UK’s outgoing chief medical adviser has said. VAT should be hiked on the unhealthiest foods to subsidise

Ban eating and drinking on public transport to cut child obesity, says chief medical officer | The Independent

Dame Sally Davies says we are currently ‘nowhere near achieving’ the government’s ambition of halving childhood obesity by 2030, but added: ‘If we are bold, we can achieve this goal.’Dame Sally Davies says we are currently ‘nowhere near achieving’ the government’s ambition of halving childhood obesity by 2030, but added: ‘If we are bold, we can achieve this goal.’

Eating on public transport should 'be banned' says chief medical officer | Metro News

Dame Sally, who stepped down as chief medical officer to start a new job as Master of Trinity College in Cambridge, also called for junk food ads to be banned from public venues.Dame Sally, who stepped down as chief medical officer to start a new job as Master of Trinity College in Cambridge, also called for junk food ads to be banned from public venues.

Ban snacks on buses, says outgoing 'nanny-in-chief' Dame Sally Davies | Daily Mail Online

Experts have said eating on public transport should be banned in a bid to stop childhood obesity.Experts have said eating on public transport should be banned in a bid to stop childhood obesity.

Should eating be banned on public transport? | Health | Eastern Daily Press

The report puts the CMO at odds with Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who has previously rallied against the sugar tax.The report puts the CMO at odds with Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who has previously rallied against the sugar tax.

Chief Medical Officer wants food banned on public transport to fight obesity | UK News | Sky News