Illicit tobacco reduces the public health impact of tobacco tax rises and increases demand for tobacco products. March 2017.
A joint submission by ASH and the UK Centre for Tobacco and Alcohol Studies to the Chancellor of the Exchequer in advance of the 2016 Autumn Statement.Autumn Statement 2016 - ASH & UKCTAS submission
ASH response to HMRC Consultation on Tobacco Illicit Trade Protocol – licensing of equipment and the supply chain.ASH-response-HMRC-licensing-consultation.pdf
ASH Briefing – Illicit Tobacco: What is the tobacco industry trying to do? Produced for World No Tobacco Day, May 2015, the briefing reports on the tobacco industry’s conflicting positions on the illicit trade.Illicit_tobacco_industry_action.pdf
ASH response to a HM Revenue & Customs consultation on the control of raw tobacco.Raw-tobacco-consultation-ASH-response.pdf
A joint submission by ASH and the UK Centre for Tobacco and Alcohol Studies for the 2014 Budget.ASH_UKCTAS_Budgetsubmission2014.pdf
This report assesses the likely costs and benefits of implementing the Illicit Trade Protocol in the UK.
A report prepared by Paul Johnson for ASH. 2009Cost Benefit Analysis of the FCTC Protocol on Illicit Trade in tobacco products.