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Think 25 and the proposed new cigarettes age limits?

Started by gomezz, 20-04-24, 07:26PM

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gomezz

How will that worth in the future when 39 year olds cannot buy cigarettes but 40 year olds can?
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oldfashionedplayer

Will be anyone before a certain date? So just a case of checking birth dates more often no doubt to make sure? Not sure what the confusion would be with that to be honest.

FarmerFred

Tobacco products will become mandatory ID on all sales - probably with a date prompt on the till screen, but it wouldn't surprise me if some of the big players ditch Tobacco sales altogether within a few years.

penguin

It is farcical really, when it comes to the sale of tobacco items either ban them outright or maintain the stats quo.
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oldfashionedplayer

they wont ban them though cause they produce too much money, they cause a lot of damage but government and party officials get paid too from it.. they just create something else like how they did with vapes and such to move onto.. it doesnt matter how much they kill or how much problem it causes..

newguy20

Quote from: FarmerFred on 21-04-24, 01:16AMTobacco products will become mandatory ID on all sales - probably with a date prompt on the till screen, but it wouldn't surprise me if some of the big players ditch Tobacco sales altogether within a few years.
When one does they all will. They are just waiting for the first to go and the others will follow suit.

See also, newspapers.

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