Working Men's Club - Impact of July 2007 Smoking Ban

Impact of July 2007 Smoking Ban

In December 2007 a poll by the British Institute of Innkeeping and the Federation of Licensed Victuallers' Associations found that overall revenue was 7.3 per cent down as more men opted to drink at home, where they could also smoke.

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