Smokers’ lobby group, Hands Off Our Packs, which is owned and managed by Forest (Freedom Organisation for the Right to Enjoy Smoking Tobacco), say it is “delighted” the government has abandoned moves to introduce plain packaging for tobacco in the UK.
Publicly-listed packaging company, API Group, claims the introduction of plain tobacco packaging would do significant damage to its business, according to its CEO. Interviewed by the Hands Off Our Packs campaign, which opposes the introduction of plain packaging, API Group
A libertarian pressure group has declared its support for Hands Off Our Packs, which is leading the fight against the plain packaging of tobacco. Simon Richards, director of The Freedom Association, said: “Attempts to force plain packs on tobacco companies are yet
Smokers’ lobby group, Forest, is urging consumers and retailers to “defend Britain from excessive regulation” in the light of the proposed consultation on plain tobacco packaging. Simon Clark, director of the smokers’ group Forest, which runs the Hands Off Our Packs
Opponents of plain packaging of tobacco have launched an online advertising campaign against the measure. The campaign was created by the smokers’ lobby group Forest to promote the Hands Off Our Packs initiative. It features a video, ‘Nanny Town’, plus a
Smokers’ lobby group Forest has launched a website that gives opponents of plain packaging of tobacco the opportunity to petition the Westminster government when it begins a UK-wide public consultation on the issue in the spring. The petition, says Forest, is in response