Non-smokers want legislation banning cigarettes at work

Nine
out of 10 non-smokers want legislation to regulate smoking in the workplace,
according to a study.

Out
of 1,958 adults, 88 per cent (including 91 per cent of non-smokers) want laws
to regulate smoking at work.

More
than half of non-smoking employees are exposed to tobacco smoke at work,
according to the poll by anti-smoking group SmokeFree London.

It
claims that about eight million non-smokers are exposed to smoke in the
workplace, many working every day in premises where smoking is permitted.

By
Johann Tasker

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