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The appeal was brought by an individual who supports the ban and was about a point of law, whether or not the 2006 Health Act – effectively the smoking ban – applies as a matter of law to Crown premises…The Supreme Court upheld the view that it does not
Falling cigarette volumes are hardly a new phenomenon; the tobacco industry has been in steady decline for years. But despite British American Tobacco’s best efforts to put the emphasis of yesterday’s full-year results on the “transformational” acquisiti
RB Leipzig have gone to extraordinary measures to accommodate Napoli coach Maurizio Sarri for Thursday’s Europa League tie – constructing a ‘special area’ in the away dressing room which will allow him to smoke. Sarri takes his side to Leipzig with the
Natasha Taylor suffered 80 per cent burns after falling asleep with a lit cigarette Mrs Taylor, 42, who dozed off on the sofa, had a history of being a heavy drinker She was ‘unable to react to the threat of a fire’ due to high levels of alcohol in he
e-cigarettes and tobacco cigarettes are not the same and shouldn’t be treated as such. It’s important that England’s seven million smokers are aware of the differences and have accurate information to inform their health decisions. E-cigarettes aren’t com
BASINGSTOKE residents will be asked for their help in identifying sellers of illegal tobacco on Friday. A series of Hampshire County Council roadshows aim to raise awareness of the dangers of illegal tobacco and show how residents can help tackle the pr
Private hire and hackney carriage drivers could be banned from using e-cigarettes in their vehicles under proposals being considered by councillors. Passengers in vehicles will also be banned from vaping if a new amendment to licences and conditions in Ca
trading standards officers found 1,765 packets of cigarettes and tobacco without the necessary health warnings and which had evaded excise duty…. The duty evaded was estimated to be more than £10,000.
Allowing inmates to smoke e-cigarettes has made an Isle of Man jail “calmer and safer”, a report has found. The six-month pilot was introduced after a 2008 ban on tobacco led to inmates smoking “illicit materials” like nicotine patches and tea bags. Int
If Smoke-Free World proves to be independent and transparent in its activities and research recommendations, it sounds like an opportunity too important to be missed because of entrenched dogma. Smokers need help and information to encourage them to tran