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October 7, 2015

How did a jail in Guernsey ban smoking with no unrest? | Hélène Mulholland | Society | The Guardian

Not everyone is happy, however. Craig laments the loss of one of the few freedoms inmates had. Yet he has managed to cut out nicotine because the e-cigarettes were eating into his wages, and he hopes to continue to be nicotine-free on release. Evidence from New Zealand suggests that half of all smokers who quit while in a smoke-free facility leave prison intending to remain non-smokers.

Source: How did a jail in Guernsey ban smoking with no unrest? | Hélène Mulholland | Society | The Guardian

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