Finland is ‘the worst country to eat, drink, smoke and vape in the EU’ – unchallenged on the Nanny-State Index

alko-facebook-3The free-market think-tank IEA (Institute of Economic Affairs), has updated The Nanny-State Index for 2017 and one thing that hasn’t changed is how sovereignly Finland tops the list.

The index compares EU-countries in their restrictiveness when it comes to the consumption of alcohol, nicotine and food & soft drink – to determine which are “the worst countries to eat, drink, smoke & vape in the EU”. Out of 28 European countries, Finland is ranked number one with 51.6 points while the UK, in second place, had a mere 37.4 points. The Czech Republic, Germany and Slovakia were found to be the least restrictive states.


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