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Passive Smoking

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Passive Smoking

BMA in Scotland calls for complete ban on smoking in cars

The British Medical Association (BMA) in Scotland has called for a complete ban on smoking in cars and other vehicles. A ban on smoking in cars with children came into force on 5 December 2016, bringing Scotland in line with England and Wales. The BMA said a complete ban would protect everyone from the impact of second-hand smoke, and make existing legislation easier to enforce.

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