The question must be asked, if we allow our freedom of choice to be removed, what will follow?
The restrictions on smoking are welcome, but now, with the constraints on retail displays and multiple rules on smoking in public places, we are probably pushing at the limits of prohibition by fiat
Yesterday’s smokers had it easy. Thanks to new EU laws today’s smokers are destined to amble into the boozer carrying a shag-repelling box of nicotine horror, part covered in a photo of rotting eye, or a weeping scab
Plain packaging has made the headlines but new regulations will also crack down on flavoured tobacco
Teachers at the boarding school in Basel hope the incentive will encourage staff and pupils to live a healthy lifestyle
Increasing tobacco tax by 70% is set to raise $4.7 million for the coalition government over four years
‘This report lays to rest almost all of the concerns over these products, and concludes that, with sensible regulation, electronic cigarettes have the potential to make a major contribution towards preventing the premature death’, the report concluded
The ban is aimed at boosting its workers' health, increasing time spent working and reducing levels of sick leave
The Public Health Bill faces a landmark vote in the Welsh Assembly
'Our report reveals a wide gulf between what pregnant women need to quit smoking and what our healthcare services currently provide'
Ultimately, this is one law that ought to face the silk cut
BBC finds no fines or court summons were issued in the three months after law was passed last October
Vaping has risen in popularity, but the effects are still largely unknown
Around 2.2million people in the UK vape
'Worrying' figures show the number of young women who smoke has increased for the first time since 2008