IF I suggested that a single cigarette smoked in a car a) causes more “secondary” smoking than a whole evening in a pub; b) is more dangerous than funnelling exhaust fumes into the car and that c) opening a window has no effect, you’d laugh in my face.
The British Lung Foundation would have you believe that.
The mounting hysteria of groups trying to prevent smoking goes beyond invasion of personal choice to near persecution.
ASH Scotland promotes the eccentric view that alluring packaging attracts children to smoking.
Really? With stark “SMOKING KILLS” logos emblazoned on them?
I’d bet most begin by sharing cigarettes among friends.
In any case, they can’t ask for them until the age of 18.