What have ASH got hidden away until 2077/8?

This is a bit of a head scratcher. Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) have deposited a number of papers with the pharmaceutical company the Welcome Foundation.  The current information  seems to be innocuous but what do ASH know that is so sensitive?

The majority of the material is available subject to the usual conditions of access to Archives and Manuscripts material, after the completion of a Reader’s Undertaking. Section T/4 is only available for consultation or publishing with permission from ASH.SA/ASH/W/2 and SA/ASH/W/3 are closed until 1 January 2078SA/ASH/W/4 is closed until 1 January 2077.Access to SA/ASH/W/1 is restricted until 1 Jan 2077. Readers must apply for access by completing a Restricted Access application form. If the application is approved the papers are available subject to the completion of a Reader’s Undertaking.


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2 Responses to What have ASH got hidden away until 2077/8?

  1. Smoking Hot says:

    ASH are so delusional they think they are akin to MI5/MI6 now.

    Dave, why the comment moderation? Unless you’re getting spammed to hell it is detrimental to your site. Just sayin’ 🙂

  2. MR A says:

    What is in ASH’s super-confidential papers?

    “We lied. We fabricated everything. We marginalised huge proportions of the population and cost billions of dollars. However, smoking is virtually harmless and everything that ever seeped out of our Office was complete and unadulterated bullshit. DO NOT OPEN UNTIL 2077!”

    I suspect that’s probably it.

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