SUPPORTING SMOKERS’ RIGHTS FOR 45 YEARS

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Poll: 18-year-olds SHOULD be allowed to buy tobacco

A new poll for Forest has found that almost two thirds (64%) of adults in Britain say that when people are 18 and legally an adult they should be allowed to purchase cigarettes and other tobacco products. The survey, conducted by Yonder Consulting, found that 64% of...

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Antony Worrell Thompson

Antony Worrall Thompson

“Why should the anti-smoking lobby dictate
our lifestyle at the expense of our well-known
culture of tolerance?”
friend talking liberties
Simon Clark

Mission & Vision

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Mission

Forest’s mission is to protect the interests of adults who choose to smoke or consume tobacco.

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Our key aims and objectives are to:

  • counteract the “denormalisation” of smoking, and smokers
  • prevent further restrictions on the purchase and consumption of tobacco
  • establish closer links with other tobacco-friendly groups at home and abroad
  • build support among consumers of tobacco and other similarly threatened groups
  • highlight the increasingly intrusive nature of Big Government in the lives of private individuals