Monthly Archives: July 2012

Five years after the smoking ban we are all smokers now

I hope you are reading The Commentator an online magazine newspaper for which I am an ‘umble writer. Covering politics and economics in the UK, USA and the rest of the Anglo-sphere, it is described as “conservative and libertarian news, … Continue reading

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Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) are proved wrong again

Five years after the smoking ban in England, the desire to reintroduce¬† smoking in pubs remains as high as ever. I will let the Publican’s Morning Advertiser take up the story. “An exclusive survey of the Publican’s Morning Advertiser readership … Continue reading

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SmokeFree South West do us for another ¬£135,000

As was reported in the last week that six National Health Service (NHS) trust hospitals are on the verge of bankruptcy, they do seem still to have plenty of cash to spend on the tobacco control industry. The University of … Continue reading

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