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Expected revenue from UK soft drinks tax cut by half

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The UK government has been told that its soft drinks tax, due to be levied from April 6th, will only bring in revenue of £240 million for the fiscal year 2018/2019. This is less than half the originally predicted income for that year of £520 million.


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