Tobacco giant fights display ban
One of the world's biggest tobacco companies has launched a legal bid against a law which bans the open display of cigarettes in Scotland's shops.
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#1 Jun 29, 2010
"Imperial, the firm behind the Lambert & Butler and Richmond cigarette brands, argues that parts of the new law would 'criminalise currently lawful activities relating to the display and sale of those products'".
Well, yes. That is usually the result of enacting a law making ANY activity illegal. If the activity were ALREADY illegal, what would be the point?
It's amazing the sort of drivel tobacco money can get people to take seriously.
“Fredneck County Md”
Since: Feb 08
#2 Jun 29, 2010
It's amusing the sort of drivel anti-tobacco money can get people to produce. Take yours for instance.
#3 Jun 29, 2010
You, of course, believe that laws should be passed to illegalize things which are already illegal?
Sappy Houl strikes again.
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