Raising the legal age of sale of tobacco to 21 a ‘move towards prohibition’
Prof. Len Shackleton writes for The Critic
Christopher Snowdon quoted in Sky News article
Christopher Snowdon quoted in the Yorkshire Times
Christopher said: “Cigarettes are a legal product available to adults which, in the UK, means people aged 18 or over. If this All-Party Parliamentary Group and its friends at Action on Smoking and Health believe the age of consent should be higher, it should lobby to raise the voting age to 21“.
Read the full article here.