» Wednesday, June 30, 2004

Smoking Ban

Asked for a reaction to reports suggesting that the Government was looking seriously at the possibility of banning smoking in public places, the PMOS said that a consultation on this issue was currently place and a White Paper was due out in the autumn. He had absolutely no intention of pre-empting the outcome of either.

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  1. were do we get the tax we loss from smoking ban also why is drink not banned as causes as many deaths and a lot more injurys

    Comment by robert brown — 1 Sep 2005 on 4:51 pm | Link

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