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[Ireland] There is no safe level of smoking

frequency of smoking —57.49% of all smokers describe themselves as occasional or light smokers. This means they smoke between one and five cigarettes a day (for occasional smokers) and between six and ten a day (for light smokers). This is all part of
Irish Examiner (ie)
added Aug 15, 2014 14:39

[Ireland] CLANCY: Plain packaging works: Australia shows fastest decline in smoking rates in over 20 years

The tobacco industry may feel the removal of Dr Reilly as minister for health may help it achieve its aims – specifically, to use tactics to oppose, stop or delay any tobacco control initiative which could save lives...Dr Reilly hasn’t gone away and neith
Irish Times (ie)
added Aug 15, 2014 12:05

[Ireland] Tobacco producing countries will battle packs law

Tobacco producing nations are expected to challenge Ireland’s move to outlaw branded tobacco packaging, the new junior jobs minister has been warned by his department. Ireland will likely face a constitutional challenge and complaints to the World Trade
Irish Examiner (ie)
added Aug 14, 2014 03:11

[Germany, Ireland] Charities criticise bid to stop law on plain tobacco packs

Health charities have reacted angrily to attempts by German business groups and MEPs to derail Ireland’s planned ban on branded tobacco products.... The Asthma Society said it was "dismayed" to learn that German advertising and branding groups had put pr
Irish Examiner (ie)
added Aug 13, 2014 10:26

[Europe, Ireland] PLAIN CIGARETTE PACKAGING: A burning issue in the EU

Documents obtained by the Irish Examiner shed light on how business interests and politicians are attempting to stop Ireland pushing ahead with the anti-smoking plans. The radical plans driven by Minister James Reilly will see trademarks, logos, colours
Irish Examiner (ie)
added Aug 12, 2014 15:51

[Germany, Ireland] German brands turn up heat on plain cigarette packaging

GERMAN advertisers and brands have written to the Irish ambassador in Berlin claiming plans for tobacco plain packaging will have "devastating" economic implications for Irish companies. The chief advertising and brand associations in Germany have also
Irish Examiner (ie)
added Aug 12, 2014 12:44

[Ireland] "Govt must resist Big Tobacco'

The Irish Cancer Society has saids the Government must resist third-party lobbying on the introduction of standardised plain packaging of tobacco products. The Society claims the tobacco industry is orchestrating the campaign against the introduction of (ie)
added Aug 12, 2014 11:41

[Ireland] Heavy-smoking bigamist, who 'hated' wife for smoking, fails to stop son emigrating

A Muslim bigamist who smokes heavily told a family court judge in England that his estranged Muslim “wife” was not “principled” – because she smoked. He told Mr Justice Holman that it was “alright for him as a male to smoke cigarettes” but she was “not a
Irish Examiner (ie)
added Aug 11, 2014 12:14

[Ireland] Plain packaging will cost revenue, but bring health savings

The State may lose tax revenue through the introduction of plain packaging for tobacco products but this will be offset by savings from reduced deaths and illness linked to smoking, according to a Department of Health study. While the Government may incu
Irish Times (ie)
added Aug 8, 2014 15:58

[Europe, Ireland] EU states’ concerns could delay plain packaging for tobacco

A number of EU countries have lodged concerns about the plain packaging tobacco proposals put forward by James Reilly when he was minister for health. Portugal, Bulgaria and Slovakia have submitted concerns in recent weeks about the plans, which Dr Reill
Irish Times (ie)
added Aug 8, 2014 15:57
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