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The United Kingdom's government is about banning all food and drink on public transport. The UK's plan to people eating and drinking on trains and buses not popular with people. They say the government should not whether or not people can eat and on public transport. Many people said the plan was another example of the UK a "nanny state". This is a country that wants to control everything people can and cannot . The UK's Chief Medical Officer, professor Sally Davies, said the plan was necessary to reduce obesity. She said it was part of a plan to obesity in children by 2030 and to people make healthier lifestyle choices.

Professor Davies that there are twice as many overweight schoolchildren today as there 30 years ago. She said: "Today's children are in a flood of unhealthy food and drink options." She said this is worse because of "insufficient opportunities for active". She said children do not enough exercise. She added: "We must further and faster." Ms Davies also wants to fast food being sold at soccer games. Many travelers are angry about the plans. A nurse, Nicky Paxton, said the transport ban would her life worse. She said: "I often work 12 hours without a break and I a sandwich on the train on my way home from work."

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