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Tuesday, February 05, 2013

Nanny Hates Fags - Say No To Plain Packs

In total it is estimated that Nanny received over 700,000 responses to her survey about her plans to impose plain packaging requirements on fag manufacturers. Approximately half a million opposed plain packaging, whilst around 210,000 were in favour.

Nanny is still reviewing the responses, and the report might be published any time soon.

Forest has set up a website to push the message home that plain packs are bollocks, if you are opposed to plain packaging please use the website to write and tell your MP.

The website can be visited here - Say No To Plain Packs, it allows you to send a letter in just two clicks.

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Visit The Joy of Lard and indulge your lard fantasies.

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  1. Anonymous12:14 PM

    Vote at a website? Write to your MP?
    Like they would take the slightest interest in what the public wants!

    I don’t see a problem with plain packaging.

    Enterprising companies will manufacture robust, durable cigarette packets that will be sold alongside the plain packets. Simply buy your cigarettes and transfer from the plain packet to the more acceptable one.

    The good thing is that these durable packets would be free from the legislation that presently forces cigarette companies to emblazon their packets with health warnings and pictures of dodgy lungs.

    1. Anonymous3:49 PM

      "I don’t see a problem with plain packaging."
      You might notice when it is extended to alcoholic drinks,soft drinks, bags of sugar and flour in the supermarket, bags of sweets, packs of butter, boxes of eggs, cooking oil, cheese, bacon, all forms of refined carbohydrates, red meat, white meat, any meat, boxes of matches, candles, firewood, barbecue sauce------and on and on and on and on and on..............

    2. Toy Trumpet4:29 PM

      First they came for the smokers.
      I said nothing, since I am not a smoker.

      Then they came for the drinkers
      I said nothing since I am not a drinker.

      Then they came for the obese.
      I said nothing, since I am not obese.

      Then they came for me.
      And there was no one left to speak for me.

    3. Anonymous6:11 PM

      Anon @ 3:49 and Toy Trumpet

      There is no way that the products mentioned will be subjected to plain packaging like the proposal for cigarettes.

      Nanny might hate smoking, but she also hates losing revenue from illegally sourced ‘imported’ tobacco.
      Like Australia, Customs and Excise in the UK would like a way of recognising packets of cigarettes where duty has not been paid.
      This nonsense about health and advertising pressure is nothing more than a smoke-screen (pun intended).

    4. There is already talk in Australia of extending it to alcohol; calls in the US for plain packaging of fast food; and health lobbyists have floated the idea for kids' sweets. So I'm afraid the process is already underway. You can dismiss it if you like, but the biggest contingent of countries in the history of the World Trade Organisation (34) are objecting precisely because it will set a precedent for any number of consumer products.

      Customs and Excise are not welcoming plain packaging because they are concerned it will make counterfeiting easier, as are a huge number of serving and high ranked ex-serving police officers.

  2. Anonymous12:58 PM

    Its the way ASH tried to fiddle the result by encouraging their attack dogs to vote twice, yes they did, and we know who you are too.