Wednesday, June 07, 2006

Regarding smoking bans....the House of Lords seems to "get it"

Labour's decision to ban smoking in all pubs, clubs and workplaces is not justified by the "relatively minor" risk posed by passive smoking, a House of Lords committee claims today.

Article from the UK here.

The article continues:

The committee also voices concern that ministers are not taking account of the impact such bans have on the personal freedom and civil liberties of ordinary people.... (link mine)

We at "Clearing the Air" are pleased that the information we submitted to the House of Lords did not fall upon deaf ears.

I hope that this will lead to swift action in repealing the onerous and arbitrary smoking bans on the UK peninsula.....and then of course the repeal of bans in our country as well.

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