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Should smoking be banned on all public places?

We have all likely been in a similar situation. Itís a pleasant evening, you're walking through the local park and you sit down on a park bench. A park is a place where people go to relax. You expect the air in a park to be of better quality than in the fume filled streets of the city around you. And it is. Until that Ďclickí of a lighter or scrape of a match from the bench next to you means you are suddenly breathing in thousands of harmful chemicals. Of course, the smoker has a simpler phrase for this fog of chemicals, "tobacco smoke". It sounds much less harmful when described like that, of course.

The foul smelling smoke hits the back of your throat almost instantly, and - if you're a non-smoker - it suddenly feels as though the whole world is engulfed in a noxious cloud of chemical fumes

But with even less choice are children. They canít choose to walk away from a smoker holding their cigarette at hip height, so it drifts, slowly, silently and lethally towards their lungs, whilst they lay innocently in their push-chair. They cannot make that decision to leave a restaurant shrouded in tobacco fumes. But more importantly, this all means that they donít have the power to make a simple choice about whether they should enjoy a healthy life, or suffer being, at the least uncomfortable, due to the choices of others.
That was one reason, of four, that I plan to highlight here today. Secondly, I will talk about health. You may be thinking íThat doesnít concern me, I donít smoke.í But on the contrary. It does, both directly; in terms of the health risks associated with passive smoking, and indirectly; in terms of what comes out of your pocket.
Who pays for the treatment of lung cancer and heart disease patients on the National Health Service? Well partly you, out of your taxes, and many of these peoplesí conditions could have been avoided, simply by not smoking.
And how many times have you found yourself gasping for air, coughing and spluttering, due to that smoker next to you? It is obviously a danger to your health; you cannot honestly believe that cigarettes are linked to so many deadly illnesses among smokers, but the passive smoker walks away with a clean bill of health?
In fact, each year 1000ís of children are admitted to hospital with smoking related disorders. These kids are not 40-a-day smokers; they suffered because other people made that choice for them.
This directly ties in to my third reason why smoking must be free from our streets and public places. Can you think ...

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