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Will the UK fail to learn from Australia’s example?
Government is again considering a requirement that all cigarettes appear in standardised plain packages. Plain packaging has only been tried in one country so far, Australia, where the latest data shows smoking hasn’t been reduced and the illicit tobacco trade has flourished. Read More
Buying and selling illicit tobacco is a crime. Britain pays the price.
High tobacco taxes and over-the-top regulations drive business into the illicit tobacco trade. While criminal kingpins benefit, communities lose billions in revenue and adult smokers risk being sold unregulated cigarettes that may contain sawdust, asbestos, faeces and more. Learn More
New rules will restrict choice, ban 10s and outlaw menthol.
New restrictions on the lawful
manufacture and sale of tobacco were passed by the European Parliament in
2014. Once implemented by member states,
the revised Tobacco Products Directive will limit choices for adult smokers and
drive business away from honest retailers. Learn More
UK adult smokers pay amongst the highest in Europe.
Almost 90p of every £1 you spend on some cigarettes is a tax. Britons pay the highest tobacco tax rate in the EU. High taxes take money out of the pockets of adult smokers and drive business away from law-abiding shop owners and into the illicit tobacco market. Read More
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