Via Drudge, in the London Times:
Parents of 5-year-olds are to be sent official warning letters if their child is found to be obese, as part of a national programme to weigh children in schools.
Ministers are bracing themselves for charges that they will stigmatise fat children when they publish proposals next month to tackle rising levels of obesity, The Times has learnt.
Alan Johnson, the Health Secretary, is understood to have been persuaded that it is in children's best interest if their weight is brought formally to the attention of their parents.
Channel reason's take on chubsy-ubsyism here.