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Downing Street has dismissed the suggestion that Lynton Crosby’s former lobbying links played a role in the decision not to bring forward legislation on plain cigarette packaging. The Prime Minister's spokesman said the Tory campaign chief had “no impact whatsoever on the Queen's Speech". Ed Miliband earlier suggested ...
SNP MSP Bob Doris has welcomed statistics showing the amount of alcohol sold in Scotland has fallen by 2.6 per cent in the year since the ban on multi-buy deals was ...
Labour press release Diane Abbott MP, Labour's Shadow Public Health Minister, urges David Cameron to explain plain packaging broken promise: "This is deeply co...
Jeremy Hunt said the Government had yet to make a decision on whether to go forward with plans on plain packaging for cigarettes and minumum alcohol unit pricing. ...
SNP press release MEP in move to address flying thirst SNP MEP Alyn Smith is calling for a change in European law to ensure that all EU airports provide safe an...
David Cameron said the use of chemical weapons in Syria should be seen as a "red line" for other countries. "It is limited evidence but there is growing evidence ...
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