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  Tobacco adverts: Proposer's points
Updated 13 February 2003, 13.34

The proposer reads out the motion:

"This house believes that tobacco adverts encourage kids to smoke."

The proposer could use the points below when making their speech.

Spaces have been left for them to add points of their own:

  • This ban will help stop 120,000 smoking-related deaths each year.

  • People are influenced to a great extent by what they see and hear. Seeing tobacco adverts will encourage them to start smoking.

  • Removing advertisements from the high street, magazines and newspapers will protect children from the glamorisation of smoking.

  • The next step must be a complete ban on smoking in public places because passive smoking kills at least 1,000 non-smokers every year.









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