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[UK] Debrett's guide to modern dilemmas: kissing, e-cigarettes and doing make-up on the tube

they should never be used in a work environment. Vaping shows that you’re not focused on your work and may also be a distraction to your colleagues.
Electronic Telegraph (uk)
added Oct 29, 2014 10:03

[UK] Public want smoking ban for doctors, nurses and dentists

62% of Britons surveyed said they believe health service staff should face enforced restriction on smoking / A OnePoll survey recently commissioned by Nicoccino, the new smokeless way to experience pure nicotine, asked smokers and non-smokers across the
BT (British Telecommunications) (uk)
added Oct 29, 2014 09:59

[UK] 70 pregnant smokers give birth a month

Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust, which runs midwifery services in south-east Hampshire, has revealed that on average this year, 15 per cent of all women giving birth were still smoking – equivalent to 72 a month.
Portsmouth News (uk)
added Oct 29, 2014 09:57

[Russia, UK] RIDLEY: WHO huffs and puffs as ebola takes a grip ($$)

In fighting e-cigarettes, the World Health Organisation is protecting tobacco and ignoring a far greater threat
Times Of London (uk)
added Oct 29, 2014 09:56

[UK] Record numbers quit during Stoptober

A RECORD number of North-East smokers have been inspired to quit as part of this year’s 28-day Stoptober challenge. More than 13,000 people from across the region signed-up to the nation’s biggest mass quit attempt, joining more than a quarter of a mill
Northern Echo (Darlington, UK)
added Oct 29, 2014 09:55

[UK] More than 250,000 take part in Stoptober

More people than ever joined the national stop smoking event Stoptober this year. Over 250,000 smokers in England and Wales went 28 days without smoking this October.
Nursing in practice (uk)
added Oct 29, 2014 09:54

[Australia, Canada, UK] PARKE: Why support the TPP when it will let foreign corporations take our democracies to court? | Melissa Parke

the chilling effect ISDS clauses can have on a government’s willingness to regulate. Canada withdrew a proposal for plain packaging of tobacco, following the threat of ISDS arbitration under Nafta. Here in Australia, rural communities have successfully ca
Comment is Free (The Guardian, UK)
added Oct 29, 2014 09:46

[UK] Shisha bar in Wembley fined for flouting smoking ban

Afridi claimed he did not know smoking was not allowed in the closed seating area. However, when the officers returned three hours later customers were still allowed to ... The customers were given a fixed penalty notice on the spot.
Kilburn Times (uk)
added Oct 28, 2014 07:45

[UK] Jersey tobacco product displays banned

All tobacco products in Jersey will have to be hidden from public display, after the introduction of a new law. Customers will still be able to purchase cigarettes and tobacco in the usual way but from 30 October, they will not be on show.
BBC Online
added Oct 28, 2014 07:41

[UK] Parks ban would make smokers outcasts in society, says senior Carlisle councillor

Elsie Martlew, Carlisle City Council's portfolio holder for environment and transport, says that she would not back proposals to introduce such bans in the district, including Brampton and Longtown. Her comments come after there were calls for parks in
News & Star (uk)
added Oct 27, 2014 15:29
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