Government health education programmes are 'loved' by the tobacco industry because 'it knows they are completely ineffective among the population whom it is most anxious to target: young women, ' claimed Norwich North Labour MP Ian Gibson in an adjournment debate on lung cancer in women.He called for a special 'windfall'-type tax on the overall profitability of tobacco companies, rather than just a tax on their products.

(Hansard, 14 March, column 274)