Quote me once where I have been ‘childish’. Once. I’ve stated a couple of facts through this whole debate: 1. The sugar tax is immoral, it doesn’t, and will not, do what the government claim it will. (Curb diabetes / obesity etc) 2. People need to be educated on how to avoid diabetes / obesity, if the government actually want to curb it. 3. I don’t drink sugary drinks. 4. I’m an educator in social care. I advise / train nurses doctors managers directors clinical leads on everything in including nutrition / hydration / safeguarding etc. Hence I’m directly involved in this sector. 5. I’ve claimed you don't see the full picture of you are in agreement with the sugar tax. 6. You seem to be of the opinion that if it helps mitigate ill health then it’s a positive. Does that mean we should be taxed on everything that causes ill health? Did you know the WHO classifies processed meats in the EXACT SAME category as ASBESTOS and TOBACCO regarding their carcinogenicity? You may have, but the vast majority of the population do not. Hence my passion for increased education in this area.