Across the UK those who make and sell cigarettes have been fighting tooth and nail to overturn this legislation but the tide is running against them. Laws for smokefree public places started in a few small jurisdictions and rapidly spread across the globe.
- Oppose smoking bans
- Defend the freedom of choice
- Uphold real science, and condemn the epidemiological trash science used to justify suppression
- Fight for ethics in science, politics and in the media
- Advocate peaceful coexistence, civilized behaviour and social tolerance, or
- Fight for the survival of their businesses
ARE the tobacco industry when it comes to smoking, ARE the food industry when it comes to eating, ARE the alcohol industry when it comes to drinking, and ARE the oil industry when it comes to denouncing the global warming hoax!
We are seeing exactly the same process here, the only question is: Will the UK be one of the first major economies to implement a display ban or will it be the first to cave in to tobacco industry pressure and reverse a law that has already been passed by parliament?