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Should smoking be banned in UK parks?

Should smoking be banned in UK parks? Extending anti-smoking legislation in the UK to encompass a ban in parks and squares "is an opportunity to celebrate the great beacon of healthy living, clean air, and physical activity our green spaces are designed for," researchers write. "And, crucially, it is an opportunity to support our population -- young and old -- to make healthier lifestyle choices easier."
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