- Bryan Christie
The Scottish government has again positioned itself as the pacesetter in smoking cessation in the United Kingdom, launching a fresh attack on smoking with the aim of making the country virtually “smoke-free” by 2034.
Scotland has become only the third country in the world to set a timetable for reducing smoking to less than 5% of the population. New Zealand and Finland have set targets of 2025 and 2040.
To achieve its aim, Scotland has made a commitment to introduce plain packaging for cigarettes as part of a wider initiative to …