Monthly Archives: February 2014

New European Union Rules Will Hold Back Tobacco Harm Reduction

On Wednesday, February 26, the European Parliament voted to approve a new Tobacco Products Directive. The text adopted by the Parliament is expected to be rubberstamped by the Council of the European Union when it meets on March 14. Once it enters … Continue reading

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In Defence of the Rehabilitation Revolution

There is a real problem at the heart of the government’s “Transforming Rehabilitation” programme: nearly half of those released from prison reoffend within a year. Given that we spend more than £3 billion annually on prisons, this represents a poor … Continue reading

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