Public Health England and Jamie Oliver discuss childhood obesity

15 October 2015

The Health Committee holds its second evidence session of the inquiry into childhood obesity strategy. The Committee questions the Chief Executive of Public Health England and Jamie Oliver.


Monday 19 October 2015, Wilson Room, Portcullis House

At 3.40pm

At 4.10pm

  • Jamie Oliver MBE

Focus of the session

Jamie Oliver speaks to the Health Committee concerning the many concerns and views on childhood obesity and whether or not the government should intervene further in the diets of children.
He is be preceded by the Chief Executive of Public Health England, who the Committee has called to explain why Public Health England is not publishing its review of the evidence for effective interventions to reduce sugar consumption before the Government publishes its strategy for combatting childhood obesity.

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