Cornwall illegal tobacco campaign marks seven years since smoking ban
SEVEN years since smoking was banned in pubs, new figures show more than one in five Cornwall smokers use illegal tobacco.
The figures, which show a total of 21.7 per cent of people in Cornwall use black market products, compared to a national average of 16 per cent, have been published to mark the launch of a campaign by Smokefree South West to stamp out illegal tobacco in the region.
The campaign, which includes radio and billboard advertising, starts today - seven years since smoke free legislation came into force on 1 July 2007.
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