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A November 2018 report from Oxford University has found that implementing a ‘health tax’ on red and processed meats would save billions of pounds which would otherwise have been used to pay for healthcare and help reduce the impact of meat production in contributing to global climate change. If applied in the United Kingdom, it could prevent nearly 6,000 deaths and save the NHS over … Continue reading Britain is Addicted to Red Meat. A Tax Could be the Only Intervention.