House of Commons Health Committee. Childhood Obesity: Time for action. Eighth Report of Session 2017-19. 30th May 2018
Have a look at page 22, Point 62: to claim it as an ‘ideal’ that EY should be properly funded to address this issue is, frankly, insulting. Suggesting that we take a lead from Manchester simply because their scheme is ‘cost neutral’ and that everything can be changed by engaging with ‘digital growth charts’ as they require ‘no more time and no more effort’ says it all, really. Then it gets even more absurd on page 23: ‘Evidence based training should be made available…’ – well, where is the funding going to come from for this, when ‘ideally’ the EY would cost nothing??!