THOUSANDS of pounds worth of illegal tobacco and counterfeit cigarettes have been seized from shops in Gloucester.
A new campaign to tackle the trade in illegal tobacco and stop dealers who sell to children has been launched by Kirklees Council in partnership with West Yorkshire Trading Standards.
A new campaign to combat illicit tobacco has launched across West Yorkshire and York as new figures reveal that 17% of smokers in the region routinely buy it.
Kirklees Council is backing a new campaign to tackle the trade in illegal tobacco and stop dealers who sell to children.
NORTH-EAST parents are being urged to help keep illegal tobacco off the streets this summer.
People in Penzance are being targeted by anti smoking charities to report illegal cigarette sales. Smokefree South West are working with Cornwall Council to talk to people about the dangers of smoking and say that illegal tobacco makes it easier for children to start smoking as it can be so cheap to buy. Trading Standards […]
Shoppers were warned about the dangers of illegal tobacco and encouraged to report the issue, when a campaign roadshow rolled into the town centre.
A campaign has been launched across West Yorkshire to end the trade in illegal tobacco and catch the petty dealers who sell to children.
A crackdown on the illegal tobacco trade and the sale of cigarettes to children will begin across the area today. Morley Observer and Advertiser Dewsbury Reporter Batley and Birstall News Mirfield Reporter Spenborough Guardian
A crackdown on the illegal tobacco trade and the sale of cigarettes to children has been launched by Wakefield Council and other West Yorkshire authorities. Also in Hemsworth and South Elmsall Express.