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Kemi comes out against Sunak’s smoking ban

17 April 2024

5:14 AM

17 April 2024

5:14 AM

When Rishi Sunak first unveiled his plans for a smoke-free generation, Downing Street was clear it would be a free vote. Such are the divisions in the Tory party over the issue and the question of personal liberty that there were never any plans to whip the vote. As expected, Sunak’s policy to make it illegal for people born in or after 2009 to buy tobacco has attracted many internal Tory critics.

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