Illustrating the left's contempt for the public and freedom of choice, his recommendations include graded prohibition of tobacco, graphic health warnings for fizzy drinks, adding 20% to the price of sugar, and this quite remarkable idea.
5. Anyone selling more than a lethal dose of alcohol to a customer must notify the NHS of the sale and the customer’s name and address. The idea is to make selling alcohol a bureaucratic chore, so retailers could be required to weigh customers in order to calculate their lethal dose.And, do you know, I think he's serious. Yes, Martin believes that if you wish to buy a bottle of vodka, Sainsbury's should weigh you to calculate if it may represent a 'lethal dose' and then inform an NHS monitoring department.
Quite what purpose this would serve except to interfere in freedom for the sake of it, I just cannot fathom. But I suppose the main thing to remember is that Martin knows what's best for you and it's important that he - and his Labour chums - are allowed to make life as unbearable as possible until you comply with their demands.
You can read, err, Comrade Martin's other nine gems of genius here.