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From 6 April 2012, customers in England will still be able to buy cigarettes in the normal way, but the ban - which was announced in 2008 - will mean cigarettes will have to be kept under the counter.
The chief medical officer for England, Prof Dame Sally Davies, said: ''Ending tobacco displays in shops will protect young people from unsolicited promotions, helping them to resist the temptation to start smoking.
Originally posted by amongus
reply to post by Fishticon84
"Export-A Green King Size"
No offense, but I have no clue what that means. . .but I'm in Amercia.
Smokes come in packs of 25 for around 10$.
Originally posted by artistpoet
Yet another petty law which serves no one - Perhaps they should have sliding doors on products containing BPA
or Aspertame also.