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    if they were to be a ban it, it would drive away business for lots of pubs and resturants

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    i say yes, i smoke sometimes my self. but i still think that smoking should be banned in public places

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    yes.

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    Yes it should. Here in Scotland it is, anyway.

    And I smoke, but I still sya yes because it's all out of consideration for non-smokers.

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    Should smoking be banned in public places? yes

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    yes it smells lol

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    I don't think it should :|

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    Well here in the Uk smoking in public places is already banned thanfully.

    The ban of smoking in public places is deffinitely a good thing in my opinion, passive smoking is no better than lighting up a cig yourself and the health of others should not be sacrificed for other peoples habits.

    The NHS already spends surpulous amounts of money supporting and funding treatment and cure for cancer, the money could be spent on better things than treating people who smoked their life away in my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lana
    Well here in the Uk smoking in public places is already banned thanfully.

    The ban of smoking in public places is deffinitely a good thing in my opinion, passive smoking is no better than lighting up a cig yourself and the health of others should not be sacrificed for other peoples habits.

    The NHS already spends surpulous amounts of money supporting and funding treatment and cure for cancer, the money could be spent on better things than treating people who smoked their life away in my opinion.


    you have said it all lol, agreed Thumbsup

 

 

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