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Politicians and quangos should stop "virtue signalling" by telling people how much pizza and alcohol they can have, a Cabinet minister has said.

Liz Truss, the Chief Secretary to the Treasury, said there is an "increasing quangocracy" which is making "pronouncements" on things like portion sizes.

She said: "[Voters] resent being told how big their pizza should be or how much alcohol they should drink per week. At the moment we have got an increasing quangocracy that does seem to be prepared to say those things."

"I think what we should focus on is intervening ... to make sure people are capable of making their own decisions, rather than micro-managing their lives."

Asked if Matt Hancock was the...

Politicians and quangos should stop "virtue signalling" by telling people how much pizza and alcohol they can have, a Cabinet minister has said.

Liz Truss, the Chief Secretary to the Treasury, said there is an "increasing quangocracy" which is making "pronouncements" on things like portion sizes.

She said: "[Voters] resent being told how big their pizza should be or how much alcohol they should drink per week. At the moment we have got an increasing quangocracy that does seem to be prepared to say those things."

"I think what we should focus on is intervening ... to make sure people are capable of making their own decisions, rather than micro-managing their lives."

Asked if Matt Hancock was the...

Politicians and quangos should stop "virtue signalling" by telling people how much pizza and alcohol they can have, a Cabinet minister has said.

Liz Truss, the Chief Secretary to the Treasury, said there is an "increasing quangocracy" which is making "pronouncements" on things like portion sizes.

She said: "[Voters] resent being told how big their pizza should be or how much alcohol they should drink per week. At the moment we have got an increasing quangocracy that does seem to be prepared to say those things."

"I think what we should focus on is intervening ... to make sure people are capable of making their own decisions, rather than micro-managing their lives."

Asked if Matt Hancock was the...

Politicians and quangos should stop "virtue signalling" by telling people how much pizza and alcohol they can have, a Cabinet minister has said.

Liz Truss, the Chief Secretary to the Treasury, said there is an "increasing quangocracy" which is making "pronouncements" on things like portion sizes.

She said: "[Voters] resent being told how big their pizza should be or how much alcohol they should drink per week. At the moment we have got an increasing quangocracy that does seem to be prepared to say those things."

"I think what we should focus on is intervening ... to make sure people are capable of making their own decisions, rather than micro-managing their lives."

Asked if Matt Hancock was the...