Tag Archives: Tobacco Control

We The People

We the people of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland found out last week that we have no voice in the affairs of our own country. We were asked whether we wanted to leave or remain inside … Continue reading

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Reparations

I wonder if smokers will ever get reparations: Economist Robert Browne stated the ultimate goal of reparations should be to “restore the black community to the economic position it would have if it had not been subjected to slavery and … Continue reading

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They’re All Bastards In Tobacco Control.

I’m still thinking about that report I mentioned yesterday: The last cigarette smoked in England will be put out in 2050 – and Bristol’s final smoker will quit in just five years, scientists claim If nothing else, this claim captures … Continue reading

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Two Weird Reports

Weird report I saw yesterday: The last cigarette smoked in England will be put out in 2050 – and Bristol’s final smoker will quit in just five years, scientists claim Study commissioned by tobacco giant Philip Morris and conducted by … Continue reading

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Government Control Freaks

Yesterday the UK Parliament voted to prevent the UK leaving the EU without a deal: Brexiteers have reacted with anger after the House of Commons voted to stop the UK leaving the EU without a deal, whilst the Tory Party … Continue reading

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Three Matters Of Interest

These days I spend much of my time building a computer heat flow simulation model, and dropping snow and ice onto the surface of an imaginary Earth. It’s what I’ve been doing for the past year or so. It also … Continue reading

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The Self-Destruction of Tobacco Control

I collect “plain packaging” these days. Because I imagine that one day that there will be a black museum filled with them, and with other relics of the war on smokers. Hushed groups of children, some of them crying, will … Continue reading

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