Firstly, Jamie Oliver's sugar tax petition will be debated in parliament.
Secondly, 'Sugar Awareness Week' - an invention of the Action on Sugar cranks - will begin.
Thirdly, the government sock puppet lobbyists Give Up Loving Pop (GULP) will be launching a state-funded anti-sugar film. They've been letting their natural supporters know about it in advance.
.@SimonChapman6 So we've got a surprise up our sleeve for the sugary drinks industry next week... pic.twitter.com/gsH7fpNXK5— gulp. (@gulpNOW) November 27, 2015
Being a 100% state-funded organisation, GULP is naturally lobbying the government for a sugar tax. That's how it works in the sockpuppet state.
Next week sees a Parliamentary Debate on a sugary drinks duty. We've written to MPs to put the case forward: https://t.co/A6ZLzaJQtI— gulp. (@gulpNOW) November 27, 2015
Last but by no means least, Sarah Wollaston's Health Committee on Childhood Obesity will be publishing the findings from the sugar-obsessed circus that masqueraded as an evidence-gathering session last month.
Taken together, along with the BBC's dishonest claim that childhood obesity is rising, it looks very much like a co-ordinated campaign to soften us up for something. You don't think, just possibly, that somebody might be about to demand a new tax, do you?
Our report on #childhoodobesity is published on Monday. Same day the sugar tax petition, headed by @jamieoliver , is debated in Parliament.— Health Committee (@CommonsHealth) November 26, 2015
Perish the thought.