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Smoke ban gets public support

21st June 2007

A national survey has indicated that the smoking ban in England from July 1 will be introduced smoothly.

Almost eight out of 10 people interviewed in a national survey said they agreed with the move to ban smoking in public places. The Office of National Statistics study - which questioned 1,200 people - also revealed that people felt strongly about banning smoking in restaurants and around children. The Department of Health said awareness of the ban had increased dramatically in the past few months.


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Article Information

Title: Smoke ban gets public support
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 3218
Date Added: 21st Jun 2007

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