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Cigarettes

Volume 941: debated on Wednesday 14 December 1977

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asked the Secretary of State for Social Services (1) what effect the new EEC tax regulations on tobacco duty will have on the Government's health policy in relation to cigarette smoking;(2) in the light of the expected reduction in the price of plain cigarettes, what steps he intends to take to encourage the smoking of tipped cigarettes rather than plain ones; and if he will make a statement.

The consequences for health policy of the introduction from 1st

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1 Dreadnought Seamen's143141133140
2 St. Nicholas244286276221
3 Brook General31729339338
4 Miller General160
5 St. Alfege's221
6 Greenwich District—
Miller Wing176126377
St. Alfege's Wing183245
7 Memorial1181182929
8 Eltham and Mottingham3224
9 Goldie Leigh1107676