And it isn't smokers... 🚬
A decade since the UK public smoking ban was introduced, researchers have been finding out who has benefitted most from the
Prison officers are falling ill after inhaling "legal highs" used by inmates and have had to seek hospital treatment for
A senior police chief has admitted a ban on smoking in cars with children is unlikely to be aggressively enforced. Mick Creedon
Every week nearly half a million children are exposed to second-hand smoke in their family car in England and Wales. That's the equivalent of almost 15,000 classrooms full of kids being exposed to quantities of polluted air that not even Volkswagen would try and cover up.
You should also ask some of your long serving prison guards what they think of a ban - but don't do it when they might suffer retaliation from their political masters, or you won't get the truth. I've no doubt they would unanimously oppose a ban, they know what the real effects of a ban will be - listen to them.
One of the UK's biggest and most famed seaside resorts could see its beach subject to a new smoking ban, under plans being
My message to the politicians as a father and founder of an organisation dedicated to healthy lifestyle choices for all, is to put your personal agendas to one side and stop hiding behind the facade of personal choice and liberty and act now to protect those least able to protect themselves.
People may be happy to be seen as a fun kind of tipsy at a party, but nobody wants to be a drunk-driver.... Playing with our own safety is something that must remain personal choice, but the second it endangers somebody else, anybody else, this is the time for the state, and society, to step in. Smoking anywhere in public must become as unacceptable as drink driving.
The number of adults smoking in England has fallen below 20% for the first time in probably 80 years, researchers have said