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[UK-Northern Ireland] Belfast cut-price cigs contained rat droppings and human faeces

may seem like a steal at £3.50. But they've been found to contain droppings from rodents as well as human excrement...often used to help finance organised crime and terrorism. On Friday, the Belfast Telegraph joined a team of investigators carrying out
Belfast Telegraph (uk)
added Nov 7, 2016 20:31
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California Today: How Do Top Newspapers Line Up on the Election?

• Proposition 56 (increases tobacco tax) Yes: 5 (Union-Tribune, Times, Mercury, Chronicle, Bee) No: 1 (Register)
New York Times
added Nov 7, 2016 14:28
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[Asia, India] Taxpayer Groups Call on UN’s Anti-Tobacco Convention to Allow Media Coverage

the coalition of taxpayer advocacy groups say in the letter... The fact that the U.N. hosts World Press Freedom Day while banning journalists from the events of an affiliated organization is “hypocritical and despicable,” one American reporter told The D
Daily Signal (Heritage Foundation)
added Nov 7, 2016 15:18
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[UK] EDITORIAL: Apology published November 4, 2016

implied that these experts had received funding for research into e-cigarettes. We accept that this was wrong and that their work has not been tainted by the influence of tobacco industry funding. We apologise for our errors and omissions and for the emba
Times Of London (uk)
added Nov 4, 2016 15:10
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[UK] LEADING ARTICLE: Smoke in their Eyes ($$): APOLOGY

We recently published articles and a leader about scientists and public health experts and their alleged financial links with the tobacco industry (Tobacco giants fund vaping studies, Scientists wooed in charm offensive and Smoke in their eyes, October 1
Times Of London (uk)
added Nov 4, 2016 15:09
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[UK] Times apologises for claiming tobacco firms funded e-cigarette research

The Times has printed a full apology to five scientists for three articles that wrongly suggested tobacco companies funded their research into e-cigarettes. The newspaper had already apologised to one scientist named in reports, Clive Bates. However, fo
The Guardian (uk)
added Nov 4, 2016 14:58
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[UK] Max Mosley's Press 'watchdog' wins official backing ... despite having no major papers on board

WHO IS WHO ON THE NEW REGULATOR? ... Deborah Arnott Chief executive of Action on Smoking and Health, which campaigned successfully for anti-smoking legislation. She worked as a producer in current affairs for London Weekend Television.
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Oct 27, 2016 00:59
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[UK] Anti-smoking experts to sue Times for claims of tobacco payouts

published an apology to one of the scientists cited, Clive Bates...claim they have been falsely accused of accepting “tens of thousands of pounds from tobacco companies to carry out research into e-cigarettes”.... five scientists, including professor Karl
The Guardian (uk)
added Oct 24, 2016 12:16
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California Newspapers Resoundingly Endorse Proposition 56

In an unprecedented showing of support, nearly every California newspaper has endorsed Proposition 56 and lashed out at the tobacco industry’s relentless lies about the initiative as “scurrilous” and “disingenuous.”
Yes on 56.org
added Oct 18, 2016 01:54
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COHEN: Uncertainty Over Safety Of Electronic Cigarettes And Its Impact In The Workplace

Health questions surrounding vaping have since been answered by the British Government Watchdog Public Health English (PHE). However, public opinion still remains divided... E Cigs are less harmful yet tabloids have confused the public The use of electro
Huffington Post (blog)
added Oct 14, 2016 16:09
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