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Ban smoking in all UK cars, say scientists
by Natalie Walker
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16 October 2012
On 16 October 2012 Scotsman.com reported:
Smokers should be banned from lighting up in private cars due to the major health risks to children's health, a team of Scottish academics say. Smoking in cars -- even when all the windows are opened -- causes a concentration of pollutants that is three times higher than the World Health Organization's indoor air quality standard deemed to be a 'safe level'.
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Several countries, including Canada and Cyprus, have introduced legislation to ban smoking in cars in which children are passengers. A bill to ban smoking in cars carrying children, with a penalty of a smoke-free awareness course or a £60 fine is being looked at by MPs at Westminster.
The British doctors' union supports a ban on smoking in cars as the 'most effective and simplest way' to cut health-related issues.
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