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Duty-Free Tobacco (Health Warning)

Volume 33: debated on Tuesday 7 December 1982

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asked the Secretary of State for Social Services why cigarettes sold in duty-free shops on British ships or at British airports are not covered by the voluntary agreement with the manufacturers regarding health warnings on packets.

Such cigarettes are not necessarily manufactured or marketed by the companies which are party to the voluntary agreement.