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Scotland's smoke ban at risk

4th February 2008

The Royal Environmental Health Institute of Scotland (REHIS) has reported that environmental health officers have warned a new deal could put the "enforcement of Scotland's smoking ban...at risk".

The REHIS president Robert Howe said the fact that funding from the Government, under the new deal, did not have "be accounted for" meant that some councils might be tempted to "spend the money elsewhere."

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Article Information

Title: Scotland's smoke ban at risk
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 5537
Date Added: 4th Feb 2008


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