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VISITORS to New York might witness a strange sight if they travel from the airport by taxi to the city centre - people smoking cigarettes in the central reservation between busy roads as it is one of the few public places they are now allowed to light up. Under new measures approved by local authorities there, vast areas of outdoor public places including beaches, municipal parks and even Times Square have become cigarettes-free.
Smoking there now is only allowed on pavements outside parks, car parks in public parks and “median strips” - the US term for central reservation Since smoking cigarettes was banned in New York restaurants, bars and clubs in 2003 - itself actually following Los Angeles which introduced a similar ban a decade earlier - a number of European countries followed suit including Scotland in 2006 and of course England in 2007.
While there are no plans to copy the latest initiative here as yet, Ailsa Rutter, Director of Fresh North East - set up in 2005 as the first regional office dedicated to cheap cigarettes control - admitted they will be watching with “great interest”. Ms Rutter said: “We’re not calling for a ban in smoking cigarettes in parks and playgrounds but the National discount cigarettes Plan published in March said local authorities might consider extending it there.”
The move, according to a Fresh survey, would have the backing of the North East public with 75 per cent of those asked saying it should be banned in outdoor children’s playing areas, with 13pc opposing. The ban was passed by New York’s City Council and signed by Mayor Michael Bloomberg in February and came into force last Monday. Supporters of it say even brief exposure to second-hand smoke cigarettes can pose health risks.
However the UK pressure group Forest, which stands for ‘Freedom Organisation for the Right to Enjoy Smoking cigarettes’ and opposes attempts to ban or reduce cheap cigarettes consumption, hotly disputes this. Its director, Simon Clark, said: “The idea that people are at risk from someone smoking cigarettes in the open air is an insult to our intelligence.
“Campaigners hope to stop people smoking cigarettes outside by creating an irrational fear of cigarettes smoke cigarettes that is out of all proportion to the alleged risk of exposure to second-hand smoke. “If you don’t like the smell of cigarettes in a park or pedestrian area, move away. It’s as simple as that.”
Ms Rutter said it was not so much the health issue, conceding there wasn’t the evidence as yet to reveal what the exact effects of secondary smoking cigarettes in public places were, but more the “role model” aspect. “Seeing adults push their child on a swing with a cigarette in the mouth is not creating a good impression,” she said. “Obviously we want to explore the potential of what is happening in New York.”
The role model area is something Fresh is now prioritising with its drive against adults smoking cigarettes in the home with children. “We’re doing a lot of training and education around that,” she said. Meanwhile, far from extending the ban, campaigners against it are looking to the Government to amend the legislation to help pubs and clubs which they say have been hugely hit by it.
Tory MP, Greg Knight, Labour’s Roger Godsiff, and Liberal Democrat John Hemming, are to host a reception for the Save Our Pubs & Clubs campaign at the House of Commons on June 29. Publicans and members of the Clubs & Institute Union have been invited to attend the event which marks the fourth anniversary of the smoking cigarettes ban.
Campaigners say the ban has had a devastating impact on community pubs throughout Britain and want an amendment that would give pubs and private members’ clubs the option of having separate, well-ventilated smoking cigarettes rooms. Mr Knight said, “This is a unique opportunity for pubs and clubs to show how strongly they feel on this important issue.
A modest change in the law, not a repeal of the smoking cigarettes ban, is all we seek.” However Ms Rutter commented: “We absolutely do not support that. There is no such things as a safe form of ventilation. The smoke cigarettes ban is probably the most important bit of legislation since the Clean Air Act.”
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