Child obesity drive 'stalled by Brexit'
The drive to tackle child obesity has stalled with a raft of measures stuck in Brexit backlog, it is being claimed.
A ban on energy drink sales to under-16s, clearer calorie labelling and a crackdown on junk food advertising were all promised by ministers when they launched the revamped obesity strategy.
But a year on none of the key measures has been introduced in England.
Both Labour and campaigners said it showed progress had stopped - but the government said it was still on track.