To monitor and discuss the health and social effects of smoking; to review potential changes to existing legislation to reduce levels of smoking; to assess the latest medical techniques to assist in smoking cessation; and to act as a resource for the group's members on all issues relating to smoking and public health.
Smoking and tobacco: applying All Our Health
Evidence and guidance
2. Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) - written evidence
16/04/2019 - Inquiry: NHS Long-term Plan: legislative proposals - Health and Social Care Committee
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Found: Action on Smoking and Health (ASH)NLN0030 Written evidence from Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) Summary:Action
3. Fastest drop in smoking rates in over a decade as Stoptober launches
19/09/2019 - Public Health England (PHE)
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Fastest drop in smoking rates in over a decade as Stoptober launches -
Statistics on Smoking, England 2019 - GOV.UK
5. Supporting public health: children, young people and families
08/12/2020 - Public Health England (PHE)
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About Public Health England
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1. Smokefree England: Covid-19 and PHE Abolition
12/11/2020 - Commons Chamber
1: smokefree by 2030; notes the increasing disparities in smoking rates between the richest and poorest in society; - Speech Link
2: smokefree by 2030; notes the increasing disparities in smoking rates between the richest and poorest in society; - Speech Link
2. Tobacco Control Plan
10/06/2021 - Westminster Hall
1: heart. In my own area of County Durham, adult smoking prevalence is 17%, compared with 13.9% nationally - Speech Link
31/10/2019 - Westminster Hall
1: debate in the month of Stoptober, the big anti-smoking initiative, which I think has been successful, - Speech Link
2: to put out often crass and obvious statements on health, did not have the time to come and give us advice - Speech Link
4. Tobacco Products Duty (Alteration of Rates) Order 2020
07/12/2020 - General Committees
1: decline in smoking rates. However, too many people still class themselves as smokers. Smoking remains the - Speech Link
2: they are seen as an established tool to reduce smoking and to ensure that tobacco duties continue to contribute - Speech Link
5. WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control
05/03/2020 - Commons Chamber
1: progress in reducing smoking rates. The latest figures show that adult smoking has declined to a low - Speech Link
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Action on Smoking and Health acts as the group's secretariat. https://ash.org.uk/
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