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26 May 2016
A question of smoking

See Readers Letters for a discussion on smoking  and what the Government gets out of it

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

While smoking has a direct impact on the NHS, it can also be said to have an indirect impact on society more widely (for instance, fire services need to be called out to incidents caused by smoking and ill health can result in lost productivity at work). The think tank Policy Exchange made an attempt in 2010 at quantifying the wider costs, coming up with a £14 billion total (including the £2.7 billion estimate of NHS costs).

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