In July 2019, the UK Government set out its ambition for England to be smokefree by 2030. ASH is joining over 40 organisations, including Cancer Research UK and Fresh, calling on the Government to set out measures to deliver on its ambition for a Smokefree 2030.
ASH, together with the University of Bath and the University of York, have produced five new videos showing the journey of smokers with mental health conditions who have successfully quit and want health professionals to do more to help others do the same.
Developed with Fresh and with support from a Task and Finish group with members from local authority public health teams, this new resource provides a practical guide, including examples of practice, for effective local tobacco control alliances and partnerships.
Use of e-cigarettes among adults in Great Britain, 2019
This fact sheet provides a detailed analysis of adult attitudes and behaviour with respect to e-cigarettes and how they have changed over time. The data are taken from an annual survey, Smokefree GB, carried out for ASH by YouGov.
Were YOU a tobacco company employee who became an addicted smoker as a result of being given free cigarettes by your employer? Do you now have a serious disease caused by your smoking? If so, please contact us.
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