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UKHF welcomes the announcement on standardised packaging of cigarettes

The UK Health Forum gives a warm welcome to the announcement from the Government that regulations to require standardised ‘plain’ packs for all tobacco products will be put before Parliament before the General Election. 

Paul Lincoln, UK Health Forum CEO said:  “This is very good news which has been eagerly awaited by everyone in the public health community. The announcement opens the door for a vital public health measure that will curb the glamorous appeal of smoking, and help reduce the numbers of children and young people who start to smoke every year."

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