Boris ‘ditches “un-Conservative” ban on BOGOF junk food deals to soften blow of cost of living’ 

Boris Johnson will scrap a ban on ‘buy one get one free’ junk food deals and a 9pm watershed for sugary snacks to help poorer families, according to reports.

The policies are being pushed back for at least a year in an attempt to soften the blow of soaring living costs but they could be ditched entirely.

Mr Johnson aims to prioritise creating jobs and boosting the economy, moving away from ‘nanny state’ interventions that he famously opposed until recently.

The Prime Minister announced the…

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