With Brexit dominating the political landscape in the last few months, many residents across Wiltshire will be unaware of the sugar tax, starting next April.
This regressive tax will be an additional burden on lower income households. But crucially, the Office For Budget Responsibility have said that the sugar tax will mean an increase of 0.25 per cent in the rate of inflation next year.
So with the sugar tax leading to increased inflation, we will all be paying for this sugar tax, either directly or indirectly. Every single one of us.
Chief executive
People Against Sugar Tax