Tue, 24 Jul 2012 8:17a.m.
Prime Minister John Key says the prospect of a legal challenge to the Government's anti-smoking plans can’t be ruled out.
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13/08/2012 1:21:01 p.m.
so when will we also be using plain packaging for alcohol? and putting the price of it up also. cigarettes increase in price each year so alcohol should be too.
5/08/2012 10:19:34 p.m.
This is fascist, freedom hating tyranny by the government.
26/07/2012 9:14:31 p.m.
@ Shelby: "The government receive %700 mil each year from tobacco companies to sell the products in the country, that should take care of smoking related diseases".
No it doesn't, and it won't. Your post does not go near what this article and interview are trying to address. Should the government approach the WTO to source 000's of your supposed remedy from wherever?
And in the meantime you've paid lip service to a preventable cause of illness - which is being discussed here if you cared to notice. Your last sentence is especially nonsensical.
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