PLAIN PACKAGING: BBC News Channel, Jan 22, 2015

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According to a new poll commissioned by Forest, parliament should prioritise tackling immigration and terrorism, not plain packaging of cigarettes.

Campaigners have criticised a pilot scheme designed to stop people smoking in the open air.

IRELAND: A bill aimed at regulating the sale and marketing of e-cigarettes was launched in the Irish parliament today.

Opponents of plain packaging of tobacco have urged the government to publish the report on its 2014 consultation “promptly” and “without further delay”.

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