Food waste: ‘I’ll have to throw away £6,000-worth of milk’

He says he became so angry about the disparity – particularly as supermarkets were offered the help,

which they could afford to return – that he wrote to his local MP, who happens to be Prime Minister Boris Johnson, threatening not to pay the tax, worth £118,000 a year.

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