Public Health England Smoke Free Campaign

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Written by
Luke Davies
25th of September, 2015

From the 1st October, you could face a £50 fine if you or a mate smoke in a vehicle with someone under 18 present. Both the driver and the smoker could be fined. For free, proven support to help you quit click here  #brakesonsmoking

Think what you could spend £50 on: click to view video 

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