Public sale of cigarettes is prohibited
From October in Great Britain comes into force new law that officially prohibits free sale of tobacco products in public places, including clubs, bars, pubs, coffee shops and restaurants. Law infringers will have to pay high fines.
Corresponding innovation begins to act on Foggy Albion territory from October and its main goal is control of smoking among minor citizens of Great Britain who earlier were able to acquire cigarettes in special vending machines that are often installed in entertaining places. Sale of cigarettes via cash register will not be prohibited.
Manufacturers of tobacco products and of vending machines for cigarettes' sale have already declared that they are not going to put up with new law that is plain infringe of free-trade law from European Union countries.