... Is this is just another 'nanny state' law to target the working - class, who, apparently, cant look after themselves properly, or is it a genuine attempt to make our town centers much safer and our people more healthier?
Anyhow, back to the great British boozer. So how have the pubs changed ... Read review
"...likely to die from alcoholism is that of a bar worker or publican, yet its smoking that has been banned in pubs and bars, passive smoking probably the least likely fatal act to kill them ina British pub. What we can surmise from this is the smoking lobby now sucks and the alcohol lobby is as strong as ever. Its fine for booze to carry on killing staff and punters but not the smoke, it seems. But ever since the undemocratic smoking ban kicked into ..."
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