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Michael Buerk caused outrage as he branded obese people ‘weak, not ill’, suggesting they would cost the NHS less if they died in their 50s.
The journalist left fans shocked as he called for obesity to be classified as a ‘disease’ and blamed it on greed.
Trial lawyer Samuel Hirsch files several lawsuits against Mc Donald’s on behalf of obese clients on July 24.
Obesity has tripled worldwide since 1975 in all divisions of society.
65% of men were either overweight or obese, compared with 53% of women.
According to the 2015/16 Child Measurement Programme for Wales, 11.7% of children aged 4-5 are obese, and a further 14.5% are overweight.
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