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England will smoke for 32 more years.
You could change that

Even now, 7.4m people still smoke in the UK. The numbers are falling, but unless something changes, the last smoke in England won’t happen until 2050.
Enter your Postcode to discover the date of the LAST SMOKE in your area. Then share the result with your local MP to help bring that date forward!
Stay informed on how to go smoke-free
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MORE FUNDING FOR STOP SMOKING SERVICES
1/5 MORE FUNDING FOR STOP SMOKING SERVICES

The number of people using Stop Smoking Services has halved in ten years. Could more money be the answer?

More funding is needed for stop smoking services in the areas where the smoking rate is highest
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BETTER INFORMATION
2/5 BETTER INFORMATION

Nearly half of smokers don’t realise that e-cigarettes are less harmful than smoking.

Government, charities and businesses should be able to give smokers the facts about better alternatives to smoking.
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BETTER TARGETED CAMPAIGNS
3/5 BETTER TARGETED CAMPAIGNS

Nearly one in five young people smoke.

Encourage people not to start smoking in the first place with better targeted government campaigns through schools and social media.
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DO MORE RESEARCH
4/5 DO MORE RESEARCH

Last year, for the first time, there was a fall in the number of vapers. Could giving smokers who don't quit all the facts about switching help?

There should be more independent research into e-cigarettes and heated tobacco and smokers should be informed about the facts.
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TACKLE ILLICIT TRADE
5/5 TACKLE ILLICIT TRADE

17% of the cigarettes smoked in the UK are not bought legally. that means they’re cheaper, giving smokers less reason to quit, and the government misses out on revenue.

We should take tougher action against the criminal gangs who get rich from smuggling.
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THANK YOU

We’re glad to have your views. They will help us put together the strongest set of proposals to help smokers quit and bring forward the date when the last cigarette is smoked.

More funding for stop smoking services

Better information

Better targeted campaigns

Do more research

Tackle illicit trade

How other users voted

These are the top 5 areas that people voted on to be improved.

  • More funding for stop smoking services Better information Better targeted campaigns Do more research Tackle illicit trade

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The actions below could bring forward the date of the LAST SMOKE. With your support, ${phase2.postcodeData.upper_la_name} could be Smoke-Free sooner.

Show your support by contacting your local MP to take action

  • The number of people using Stop Smoking Services has halved in 10 years - increase the funding where smoking rates are highest.
  • Nearly half of smokers don't realise e-cigarettes are less harmful than smoking - allow more communication on better alternatives to smoking.
  • Nearly 1 in 5 young people smoke - ensure better targeting of campaigns to encourage young people not to start smoking.
  • There has been a fall in the number of vapers - encourage more independent research into e-cigarettes and heated tobacco and ensure smokers get the facts.
  • 17% of cigarettes smoked in the UK are bought illegally - take tougher action against criminal gangs who get rich from smuggling.
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