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“Johnson snubs food shake-up in bid to keep rightwingers on side” is the headline in the Financial Times. The paper reports ministers intend to ignore recommendations, including a tax on sugar and salt, as part of a review of England’s food strategy. The FT says the rejection of Leon restaurant chain founder Henry Dimbleby’s proposals is an attempt by Boris Johnson’s government to back away from policies perceived as “unconservative” or “anti-business”.