News & Comment
Wed 25th May, 2011
Uruguay is being taken to court by Philip Morris International amid claims that the country's anti-smoking policies are damaging the tobacco company commercially.
Mon 23rd May, 2011
MPs from the three main political parties have joined forces and will co-host a reception at the House of Commons to support an amendment to the smoking ban.
Mon 23rd May, 2011
Forest has criticised the extension of New York City’s smoking ban to the city’s parks, beaches and pedestrian plazas.
Sun 15th May, 2011
The price of cigarettes in Scotland could soar if the Scottish parliament wins control of alcohol and tobacco taxes. If given the new powers by Westminster, it is believed the SNP government would significantly raise prices for cigarettes and high-strength, low-cost beers and ciders.
Sat 14th May, 2011
A legal challenge to a ban on tobacco vending machines in Scotland has been rejected by the Court of Session in Edinburgh.
Tue 10th May, 2011
Peter Hitchens, Toby Young, Oscar-winning screenwriter Sir Ronald Harwood and David Davis MP are just four of the speakers taking part in The Free Society’s Voices of Freedom series of debates in London in June.
Mon 9th May, 2011
The Government should intervene to save Ireland’s pubs, says Forest Eireann, the smoker’s lobby group. The call comes on the back of new data showing a dramatic decline in employment in the pub trade.
Sat 7th May, 2011
Senior doctors have protested to the BBC about an article on its website entitled How to roll a perfect cigarette which they claim encourages smoking.
Patients banned from smoking at a mental hospital in Milton Keynes have won the right to launch a unique High Court test case.
Thu 5th May, 2011
"Osama bin Laden's hatred of western decadence is well-documented," says the Daily Telegraph, "but according to villagers close to where he was shot dead earlier this week, it seems he included smoking as one of its vices."
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