from December 2017 to January 2017
old people, especially grandmothers.
December 2017. Two infantile studies ask why we have them
and what use they are, especially old women. Both are at
the pig shit end of "Scottish Research". [Continue]
smoking glamorous, or is it now seen as rebellious?
November 2017. Surprising that an antiquated Peer thinks it's
glamorous. While he's busy blocking tiny little holes, the
underground has driven a four lane highway right under his
calloused feet! [Continue]
do you want, more police and anti-terror personnel, or more tobacco
October 2017. The number of tobacco controllers has grown exponentially
and they want £100 million more funding. Now the government
plans to reduce funding for anti-terror by £50 million! [Continue]
Smoking Bans. Scotland compared to Isle of Man.
September 2017. How they reasoned prison smoking bans. Limited
in Manx, while Scotland blew close to £1million "researching" a
foregone conclusion. [Continue]
Control policies help fund terrorism.
August 2017. No question some terrorist groups make good money
supplying cheaper tobacco than official overtaxed duty paid. All
because of tobacco control policies. [Continue]
shops. Yet another stealth tax.
June 2017. Like them or not, you're paying for charity shops to blight your high streets. [Continue]
Which MP voted for the 2007 smoking ban in England.
May 2017. List of how Members of Parliament voted on
the indoor smoking ban. Also which MP voted against
allowing indoor smoking rooms in pubs and clubs in
2010. Voting record of Party Leaders on smoking bans. [Continue]
Referendums. Let the people decide... when it suits.
March 2017. An caustic review of recent referendums in Europe.
How they messed up and how the Scots intend doing so again. [Continue]
Number of cigarettes rolled from a pouch of tobacco.
February 2017. My results from 4 brands of tobacco, industry
figures, info on filters and papers. Tar and nicotine ratings
for 4 brands of rolling tobacco. [Continue]
Brexit's essential for us and them.
January 2017. Anyone who thinks Brexit can be undone
and we'll all live happily ever after is dangerously
naive. The EU's exceeded its mandate and is a
predatory, protectionist racket that's well past
its sell by date. [Continue]
from December 2016.